It is been a long time. Pooja has not been seen in Big screen. Her fans are yearning to see her magic on bada parda. She came back with the acting in the web series. The name of the series is Bombay Begum. Now, Pooja is all set to take over with R Balki’s Chup- revenge of the Artist.
While Pooja is excited to make a comeback, she feels it is the best time for actors of all shapes, sizes, and ages. “I feel privileged that I could play my age on screen in this youth-obsessed world and industry. Otherwise, who gets to play such strong characters at 49? I must say, times are changing. I feel this is the best time for actors of all shapes, sizes, ages, and backgrounds. Today, there are far more opportunities than in the ’90s when a hero and a heroine had to look and be a certain way. Conventional Bollywood was obsessed with youth, but OTT has wiped that out. With the digital medium, there’s a new language we speak, and Bollywood needs to catch up with it.
However, Pooja, being the doting elder sister that she is, lauded the Raazi star. She stated, “I can’t sum up Alia Bhatt’s career in two sentences. I have to be fair to my younger sister, who is the better version of me. I can’t speak about her work in films in a few lines”.