By Hindustan Times
Pooja Misrra’s slap-happy stunt may have been the end of her Bigg Boss adventure, but the model-actor has enough reason to clap now. After her reality television exit, Pooja has become the toast of B-Town now. After having signed to star in Anup Jalota’s, All Out, where she plays the lead with three young men opposite her. And the actor has more in her kitty.
Pooja, who is looking forward to a film career reveals, “Besides All Out, I have two other films. The third offer that came along is based on the flashbacks of a reality show winner,” she laughs. A win, win situation for Pooja.
About her reality TV days, she says, “It wasn’t easy being in Bigg Boss, but more than that, it wasn’t easy being out of it either. People are shown a side of you that adds to the TRPs. The benevolent and friendly side of me was hidden from public view,” she complains.
Misrra, who was thrown out of the house on November 26 after a violent scuffle with VJ Sidharth is now back on the show as a translator for former Aussie cricketer Andrew Symonds, who is a new inmate in the house. Incidentally, contestants can only converse in Hindi while inside, which is why Symonds needed a translator.