Soni Razdan is a Kashmiri actress and director, once wanted to go to Pakistan

Today is the birthday of Alia Bhatt’s mother, Soni Razdan. Today, she is celebrating her 64th birthday. She is also an excellent actress and has acted in many films. Soni is known less for her acting and more for her outspoken statements. She has never been behind in her statements. Once she had said something that had brought her into the discussions.

Soni once said in an interview: “Every time I say something I become the target of the trolls. I am called a traitor. Sometimes I think I should go to Pakistan. I will be happier there- down. The food is also very good there. You trolled and said go to Pakistan, then I will go to Pakistan. I will go to Pakistan of my own free will. She gave this interview when she got mad at the trollers Not many people know that Soni had a love marriage with Mahesh Bhatt.

It is said that Mahesh Bhatt could not divorce his first wife Kiran at that time and because of this he had to convert to Islam. Soni may have worked in films like 36 Chowringhee Lane, Mandi, Saransh, Sadak, Gumrah, Monsoon Wedding, Page 3, Patiala House, Love Breakups Zindagi and Raazi. Soni also entered the discussion when she shared the #MeToo story. She said: “I did not have such an incident during labor or during wrestling, but I had to face it during a film”. During the shooting, a man tried to rape her but he could not achieve his intentions. She said, “I didn’t talk to anyone because I knew her family members. If I said anything, her children and family would have to face the punishment.

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