Mumbai, Jul 30: Film maker Pooja Bhatt dislikes double-standards and double meanings. She wants to show boldness as it happens, nothing artificial. Her erotic thriller "Jism 2" is all set to release on 3rd of August. And it is the boldest film made by the Bhatts till date. Pooja Bhatt actress turned director, tells generally films are made from the perspective of men as films generally aims at male audience.
But Pooja has made her film for adults, irrespective of male or female. She wants to display pure sensuality. She does not want to make toilet humours, and also its not Pooja’s style. The 40 years old actress-director debuted as a director with "Paap" in 2004 starring Udita Goswami and John Abraham. Pooja Bhatt also directed other films like "Holiday" in 2006, "Dhokha" next year, "Kajraare" in 2010. She produced a number of films like "Tamanna", "Zakhm", "Jism", "Paap", "Rog", "Holiday".
Pooja debuted as an actress in 1989 with the film "Daddy". She was just 17 when she debuted in this Mahesh Bhatt TV film. Some of Pooja’s well known films are "Dil Hai Ke Maanta Nahin", "Sadak", "Junoon", "Chahat", "Border", "Zakhm". Sine 2001 she has been concentrating on film making and producing films, her last film as an actress was "Everybody says I’m fine!".