I have a hero in my house, my mom! Pooja Chopra
Best known for her role in the movie Commando, ex Miss India Bollywood actress Pooja Chopra I was in Lucknow some time ago. On his second visit to the city, Pooja shared: Last Winters he was filming in Lucknow for this romantic comedy called Babloo Bachelor, which also stars Sharman Joshi . I had an amazing time here. I ate the delicious kebabs, the chaat and I saw the parks. Every day after packing, my team and I went out to explore this beautiful city. We buy a lot. I took chikan suits for everyone at home; my mother, sister, niece, I even took many skewers the day I went. This time I also bring kebabs and gajak home with me. NRecalling one of the incidents from his last trip to the city, Pooja added: “I remember visiting the Bhool Bhullaiya and the guide told me to be careful because people can get lost here . I told him that I would manage easily and that he could leave me alone, but I finally got lost and needed someone to get me out of there. It was a memorable experience.
Pooja with sister Shubhra (L) and mother Neera (center) (BCCL/@ poojachopraofficial's)
Going back to her childhood, Pooja revealed that she was raised by a single mother. According to Pooja, her father forced her mother to leave the house because he was not happy that she had another girl. her hero, who raised her and her older sister alone.
Pooja Chopra (BCCL/Vishnu Jaiswal)
Pooja says it was her mother, whom she calls her hero, who raised her and her older sister alone. Pooja said: People leave their homes to find role models, not me. I have a hero in my house and that is my mother. I can't even imagine approaching what it is, not even an iota because it is a clear example of strength and dignity, the way it has educated me and Didi, alone, alone, in The World of a Man. Over and over I keep asking myself that there is so much I can learn from my mother even now. She is all heart and a very simple woman .nThe beauty queen added: It was not an easy childhood. From school, when everyone would wear new uniforms or have new books, we would wear books and uniforms that other children gave us. However, it is fine. All adversities only made us stronger and looked at where we are today. Pooja says it was her mother, whom she calls her hero, who raised her and her older sister alone.
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