Pooja Bhatt comes out in assist of Urmila: Sensuality and dignity… two qualities you mixed and embodied

by Jeremy Spirogis

Pooja Bhatt comes out in assist of Urmila Matondkar & 

From the previous few days, a tussle has taken place between Kangana Ranaut and actress-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar. It all began with Urmila slamming Kangana for talking ailing about Mumbai. Post which, Kangana, in an interview, targetted Urmila and mentioned that she isn’t recognized for her performing however for being a ‘smooth porn star.’ Kangana’s assertion did not go down nicely with many and so they slammed the actress. Now, filmmaker Pooja Bhatt has additionally come out in assist of Urmila.  

Urmila was touted as one of many distinguished actresses of her technology. With movies like Rangeela, Satya, Ek Hasina Thi, and others, Urmila was one actress to stay up for. Her performing prowess was extremely appreciated and beloved by followers. Now, Pooja has taken to Twitter to pen phrases of appreciation for Urmila amid the tussle with Kangana.   

Pooja tweeted, “@UrmilaMatondkar you are a legend. #Rangeela was a treat visually, emotionally and you raised the bar for all of us in so many ways. You left us all,co-actors and an entire generation of movie goers awestruck! Sensuality & dignity.. two qualities you combined & embodied. Respect!.”

Pooja, too, has been a goal of on-line trolling and was on the receiving finish of hate and negativity after Sushant Singh Rajput’s dying. Her final movie Sadak 2 was additionally trolled and netizens demanded a boycott of the movie citing it to be a product of nepotism. The movie has starred Pooja, Alia Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt, and Aditya Roy Kapur and was directed by Mahesh Bhatt. The trailer of the movie was additionally essentially the most disliked trailer. 

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After receiving backlash, Pooja made her Instagram account non-public and has disabled her remark part on social media. Pooja has shared her resolution of creating her account non-public together with a protracted be aware. Part of that reads, “Instagram seems to have become a place where people anyonymously and otherwise use their access to hurl abuse, threaten rape and goad you to ‘go die.'”

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