Some films give you an immersive experience: Pooja
Hindustan Times|October 13, 2021
Pooja Hegde, who is currently shooting for her upcoming Tamil film, Beast, in Chennai, has six other projects in the pipeline.
Titas Chowdhury

She might have had her last release one and a half years ago, but she has no qualms about it. Currently, she is looking forward to her films that are slated for a big-screen release, and is glad that multiplexes are finally opening up in Maharashtra "with all Covid-19 protocols in place".

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