Who is pooja bedi dating
She will make her Bollywood with Nitin Kakkar’s film Jawani Jaaneman along with the Bollywood super star Saif Ali Khan.
In this movie, she will be playing the role of a teenager girl and daughter of Saif Ali Khan. Her Hair Color is Light Brown and Eye Color is Black Also.
Pooja Bedi married Farhan Ebrahim Furniturewalla in 1990, but their marriage didn’t last long and the couple divorced in 2003.
Pooja said she have had relationships in between and her kids have liked every person that she have been with.
But it is very different with Maneck , her kids they adore him and want him in their lives forever, which is a wonderful feeling as a single parent.
Pooja’ children are happy that she is settling down finally . Speaking about her relationship with Maneck, Pooja said Maneck and her have known each other since our boarding-school days. Though they weren’t that familiar with each other back then, they always had common friends.
Pooja Bedi recently got engaged to her boyfriend Maneck Contractor, and the marriage is going to take place later this year.
“I had to go to Gurgaon for dinner with my best friend. Coming back to her own life struggles, she says, “I am so energetic and affectionate 24x7 that people around me think I do drugs. My mother was ultra liberated and she thought I was backward because I didn’t smoke or do drugs, yet for the society, I was very modern. I lost all the support system with little money left.
Marriage is seen as a trap and people are choosing not to walk the aisle but be in beautiful relationships.
If I ever feel the need to marry I will, not because I ought to.” If asked she is following Bigg Boss, the former inmate signs off saying, “I have better things to do with my life.” ...
She hasn’t made any debut in the big screen yet but has been part of several soap operas alongside her mother.
Aaliya is best known for her appearance on the television show, According to the news, Aalia is now all set for Bollywood.
Mothers would keep their daughters away from me for fear they would get corrupted.” She goes on, “I got married at 24 and my husband asked me to quit movies, which I did because I was crazily in love. Then the book Who Moved My Cheese changed my life.” Pooja then embarked on a journey to redeem herself.