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Love, Affair, Dhokha Dirty-Dark Secrets of the Bhatt Family

Here are 6 dirty-dark secrets of the Bhatt family you may not know before.


The Bhatt family is one of the influential families in Bollywood who have had many directors, producers and actors since the 70s. Mahesh Bhatt, Mukesh Bhatt, Robin Bhatt, Alia Bhatt, Emraan Hashmi, Mohit Suri, and Vikram Bhatt are some high-profile celebrities of this Bollywood family. However, the dark secrets of the Bhatt family kept them on the radar of trollers.

Here are 6 dirty dark secrets of the Bhatt family you may not know before.

Mahesh Bhatt lip lock with daughter  

This is one of the shocking dirty secrets of the Bhatt family among all. Yes! Mahesh Bhatt, the birth father of Pooja Bhatt, once appeared in Filmfare magazine, smooching his eldest daughter, Pooja. When asked about that controversial picture, he said he would have married Pooja if she was not his daughter.

 

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Mahesh Bhatt’s son Rahul Bhatt’s connection with terrorist 

Kiran Bhatt and Mahesh Bhatt’s son Rahul made headlines for all wrong causes after his friendship with Pakistani terrorist David Headly came out in the media. In an interview, Rahul confessed to his connection with this terrorist Headly. Rahul said that he had had a distant relationship with his father, Mahesh Bhatt, since childhood. He hates his father.

Pooja Bhatt lost fame to addiction

Everyone knows that Mahesh Bhatt was an alcoholic, but he quit drinking when Shaheen was born. Just like her father, daughter pooja is an alcoholic too. She started her career in Bollywood but apparently ruined it with her addiction to alcohol and drugs.

Mahesh Bhatt’s extra-marital affairs

Being married to Kiran Bhatt, Mahesh Bhatt got involved in an extra-marital affair with Soni Razdaan. Kiran was not ready to get separated, so both Mahesh and Soni changed their religion to Islam and married.

Despite having a family with Kiran Bhatt, Mahesh Bhatt decided to have a live-in relationship with Parveen Babi. The director had an extra-marital relationship with Parveen Babi, and that affair lasted a long time.

Parveen wanted to marry Mahesh, but he was happy with a live-in relationship and never ready to marry her. Finally, Mahesh left her alone. According to sources, Parveen started taking drugs due to a broken relationship with Mahesh Bhatt. She was found dead at her residence.

The viral pics with Rhea Chakraborty 

After the demise of Sushant Singh Rajpoot, Rhea Chakraborty was brutally trolled and even accused of the late actor’s killing. In the chaos, even some of her pictures got viral in the media. The director Mahesh Bhatt had poorly been criticized because of his intimate photos with the young actress and then-girlfriend of Sushant, Rhea Chakraborty. As reported, Mahesh warned Rhea to leave Sushant because Singh was allegedly suffering from depression.

The Bhatt’s messed-up relations

It is said that Bhatt’s stepdaughter Pooja has no good terms with Soni Razdaan. According to an interview, Pooja couldn’t tolerate Alia’s mother, Soni. Being very close to father Mahesh Bhatt, Pooja had to live separately from him due to Kiran and Mahesh’s broken marriage. Pooja always blamed Soni Razdan for the failed marriage of her mother and father.

Well-known director-producer Mahesh Bhatt married his classmate, Lorraine Bright. The latter is also known as Kiran Bhatt in the early 70s. Mahesh Bhatt also made a super hit based on their love story, and the film was Aashiqui in 1990. Still, he cheated Kiran with Soni as well as Parveen.

Pooja Bhatt married his boyfriend Manisha Makhija, a famous VJ and now an actor, in 2003. They got separated in 2014. Pooja’s name was involved with another actor Ranvir Shorey, and the rumour is Pooja Bhatt’s brother Rahul and Ranvir had a bitter fight during the shooting of jism.

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