By Tony Sokol
Not all Bollywood battles end with extravagant dance numbers. Some are fought in the inner reaches of the mind. Model-actress Pooja Mishra claims that she is the victim of mystical mayhem. The Big Boss contestant alleges that actress Sonakshi Sinha has been sabotaging her career with mind games, according to Bollywood Helpline.
“Sonakshi can even read anyone’s mind as she is trained in hypnosis and mentalism,“ Pooja told Bollywood Helpline.
The reality star and singer claims Sinha damaged her chances in the Indian entertainment industry.
“Dabangg, Jism 2, Yamla Pagla Deewana and many more movies were offered to me and all these movie offers I got through a hacked phone by a mentalist, through Sonakshi Sinha. They ruined my career and stole my movies,” Mishra said while promoting the song ‘Hotter Than You’ from her upcoming movie.
Mishra is a model and Video Jockey. Best known for her appearances on the UTV Bindass reality TV shows Big Switch and Bigg Boss, Pooja started her entertainment career giving relationship advice on the TV talk-show Jab We Talk on B4U. Pooja was last seen in Welcome-Baazi Mehman Nawazi Ki. She had a featured number in Bollywood movies Mera Dil Leke Dekho (2006) but her career was spiritually stalled.
Mishra said the Sinha family robbed her projects through mentalism.
“I was offered Dabangg, Arbaz called me and offered the movie but I immediately refused it because they were doing mentalism on me and my brain was in their hands, they made me refuse it and planted their daughter there,” Pooja told Bollywood Helpline. “All the fashion shows and almost 25 movies they kept on robbing off me.
Pooja she is not the only one to feel the paranormal pressure of the Bollywood entertainment family.
“They have not done this only with me but also with Salman Khan and other actors Sonakshi has worked with, they have done this just to show that Salman is with them and he is humiliating me because he is on their side,” she told Bollywood Helpline.
Mishra filed a case against Shatrugan Sinha. She claims past trauma made her susceptible to the spiritual influence of a mentalist she names as Mr. Shashtri.
“I have been sexually assaulted for 13 years without knowing it because they used to make me unconscious and use me,” Pooja said.
Two years ago Mishra alleged that she was drugged and raped by an unidentified man for three days starting on August 17, 2015, in Noida’s sector 26. On April 15, Mishra alleged that she was molested by three unidentified videographers in Udaipur while doing a calendar shoot, according to a report in India.com.
“After having dinner at the hotel, I was offered a drink. After drinking it I returned to my room where and went into a deep sleep. When I got up in the morning I felt that I was molested and sexually assaulted,” Mishra claimed in a complaint filed “under sections 354 and 379 of the IPC,” police officials told IANS news at the time. The police spokesperson said they “have conducted medical examination of her.
After Pooja accused Bollywood actor Salman Khan of stealing her clothes in May 4 and 17 Facebook posts, there were reports that she suffered from schizophrenia.
But could all of this come from the mystical mind of her rival? Sonakshi Sinha was born June 2, 1987 in Patna, Bihar, India. In numerology this adds up to the Psychic number 2, Destiny number 6 and Name Number 6, the same numbers as Britney Spears.
Sinha graduated SNDT Women’s University. She is daughter of Hindi Cinema stars Shatrughan and Poonam. Sonakshi was a costume designer before she debuted in the action-drama film Dabangg (2010) for which she won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut.
Sinha played love interests in the films Rowdy Rathore (2012), Son of Sardaar (2012) and Dabangg 2 (2012) she proved her acting chops as a tuberculosis sufferer in Lootera (2013). She was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress in 2013.
In 2014, she dubbed the character Jewel in Rio 2, and appeared in A.R. Murugadoss’s Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty and the music video for Superstar.
Entertainment 2morrow will keep you up-to-date if any further notices come across.
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