Bollywood actress, film maker and producer Pooja Bhatt made her big debut in film industry as an actress almost 30 years back with her father Mahesh Bhatt’s 1991 hit musical directorial venture Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin which also starred Aamir Khan in leading role and was an official hindi remake of classic hollywood film It Happened One Night. She won hearts of audiences and fans with her mesmerizing performance in her debut film and making it more special, Pooja marks 30 years of Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin on twitter.
Celebrating the glorious three decades since Mahesh Bhatt’s directorial venture had hit the theatres, Pooja marks 30 years of Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin on twitter.
Making this day more memorable and celebrating this milestone, Pooja marks 30 years of Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin on twitter.
Taking to her social media handle on the microblogging site twitter, Pooja wrote a really sweet caption in which she relived her school days.
She shared a couple of really old stills from the film which also had Aamir Khan, Deepak Tijori and Anupam Kher on her twitter handle and captioning it in her tweet, she wrote, “30 yrs of #dilhaikemantanahin Gratitude to #GulshanKumar for bankrolling a film that experts said was too risky, where a woman runs away from home to marry someone, then changes her mind & runs away from the mandap to marry someone else. That too, with her father’s blessings..”.
Whilst the first pic showed the actress with a perfect hair flip from a dance sequence, others show Pooja posing with other actors and more specifically, the last click in which we all see Pooja with Aamir, made everyone nostalgic.
Meanwhile, in an earlier interview with a leading entertainment tabloid, whilst opening up and getting candid on her special memories associated with this cult and iconic bollywood film, revealed about how it was a totally “life-changing journey into her own heart”.
In that interview, she was quoted telling, “All of us, including the audience, felt a big vacuum once the film was over. They still hold onto it and the memories they have around it. It’s a film that’s ingrained in people’s hearts and minds; they connect their adolescence to it”.