'Go Home, Don't Sleep On Road': Pooja Hegde Tells Fan Who Slept On Footpath For 5 Days

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"Bhaskar Rao thank you for coming all the way to Bombay and waiting for 5 days to see me. I am so touched but it also saddens me...," Pooja Hegde wrote.

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Bollywood fandom has seen some crazy things from them getting the star tattoos or breaking into a star's house and much more. Remember when (in 2016) a female fan waited outside Aditya Roy Kapur's house for 6 days post-'Aashiqui 2' release. Something similar happened with 'Mohenjo Daro' actress Pooja Hegde.

A male fan slept on the footpath for five days just to get a glimpse of Hegde. The actress shared a video on her Instagram handle and said that she was 'touched' by the gesture and requested him to go home and not sleep on the road. Many users praised Hegde for her kindness. Actress Elli Avrram too dropped heart emojis on the video.

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On the professional front, Pooja will be next seen in  KK Radha Krishna’s 'Jaan', opposite 'Saaho' actor Prabhas. Hegde made her debut with Ashutosh Gowarikar's 'Mohenjo Daro' (2016), opposite Hrithik Roshan. The actor said that the film was a "bittersweet" experience for her and believes that the fate of the movie is in nobody's hands. "It was kind of bittersweet. It was upsetting because I spent two years of my life in that film. The fate of a movie is never in your hands. All you can do is to give your 100 per cent. You just have to take whatever you get and work harder in your next film," she said.

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