"It was like someone threw a bucket..."

Pooja Bhatt remembers when John Abraham complained that he was not asked if he was comfortable doing bold scenes
Pooja Bhatt talks about John Abraham not being comfortable doing bold scenes with Bipasha Basu in Jism (Picture Credits: Instagram, Wikipedia)

Jism is one of the boldest films released in 2003, while John Abraham and Bipasha Basu’s chemistry became the talk of the town. Meanwhile, Pooja Bhatt, who produced and directed intimate scenes, recalled speculations about men being comfortable with bold scenes in a recent interview. During the chat, she revealed how she forgot to ask John if he was okay to do those scenes.

Released in 2003, the erotic thriller was directed by Amit Saxena and written by Mahesh Bhatt. Interestingly, Ameesha Patel was first approached for BipashaBut she declined saying that she does not want to play a negative character in her career.

Coming back to the topic, Pooja Bhatt recently appeared on Kusha Kapila’s chat show, Tinder India’s Swipe Ride, she recalled when John Abraham complained if he was comfortable doing bold scenes. He said, “I did a film with Bipasha Basu and we launched Shaandaar John Abraham, I was actually directing love scenes and stuff. I went to explain to them what was necessary. ,

“I keep saying to Bipasha ‘this is what you need to do, and if you’re not comfortable…’ and John Abraham just looked at me and said ‘Sorry! Would anyone mind asking me that? Objection whether I am comfortable doing so?’ It felt like someone threw a bucket of cold water at me. How arrogant for us women to think that only women in intimate situations feel awkward. Poor man,” said Pooja Bhatt.

Also, Pooja blesses all the men she has dated as the producer claims that she has learned something from each of them. “I especially want to thank the people who broke my heart and scoffed at it because when you look back and what you think is a box of darkness, someone has handed you, in fact That’s the greatest gift you can get.. because that’s what makes you re-introduce yourself,” she said.

On the other hand, Pooja Bhatt also spoke about her ‘type’ men, saying, “I don’t think I have the type, but when I was in my 20s. No regrets, no, for a full life.” No regrets. But in my 20s, I had the ability to walk into a room full of 100 men, for example. There would be 99 fully functional humans and a rat hiding under a table. My zoning device took me straight to that. Will go and say ‘Hey baby, let me try and fix you’. But, don’t you forget, you really need to fix yourself.”

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