Poonam Dhillon once wanted to become doctor, then this is how the film career started

Apr 18 2021 04:04 AM
Poonam Dhillon once wanted to become doctor, then this is how the film career started

Actress Poonam Dhillon, who celebrated all her beauty in Bollywood, is celebrating her birthday today. She was born on 18 April 1962 in Kanpur, UP. Her father was an aircraft engineer in the Indian Air Force. Today Poonam is celebrating her 59th birthday. Poonam Dhillon, who gave many hit movies, won the Miss India title at the age of just 16. Poonam was so beautiful that director Yash Chopra offered her movie 'Trishul'. So today you know some special things about Poonam's birthday ... 

Poonam Dhillon, who became an actress and spread all over the world, wanted to become a doctor, not an actress. But it is said that when luck is allowed something else, then you also cannot do anything. According to media reports, Poonam had previously refused to work in her debut film 'Trishul'. But later she agreed to it after explaining a lot. Poonam, who played the lead actress in the first movie, got an opportunity to work with prominent stars like Sanjeev Kumar, Shashi Kapoor, and Amitabh Bachchan in 'Trishul'. 

Let me tell you that in one scene of this movie, Poonam was supposed to slap Shashi Kapoor. This scene was shown as real so Shashi Kapoor slapped the actress without telling her, but after some time she apologized to Poonam. Let us tell you that Poonam has also been in a lot of discussions about her married life. She married film producer Ashok Thakeria in 1988. After marriage, Poonam did not work in films for about 5 years. After which she again returned to the movie 'Judaai' in the year 1997. Poonam's marriage did not last long and the two separated. She divorced Ashok Thakeria in the year 1997. After the divorce, Poonam stays separated from her two children. Poonam has also been in 'Bigg Boss' Season 3, seen as a contestant. She was the second runner-up of Bigg Boss 3. Along with this, she worked in serials like 'Andaz' and 'Kitty Party'.  

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