Pooja gandhi gets inked for love

Things got hot and spicy this weekend at the Bigg Boss Season 4 show as Sudeep stirred up delicacies for the contestants to celebrate their 50 days of stay in the house.

Published: 28th November 2016 10:31 PM  |   Last Updated: 29th November 2016 08:00 AM   |  A+A-

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Things got hot and spicy this weekend at the Bigg Boss Season 4 show as Sudeep stirred up delicacies for the contestants to celebrate their 50 days of stay in the house.
Another highlight of the episode was celebrity guest Pooja Gandhi who got inked.
Sudeep points out a tattoo on Pooja’s forearm which revealed that she had inked the names Prashanth and Pooja on her arm.

Pooja Gandhi

Sudeep then probes Pooja asking who exactly this particular Prashanth is that she got inked for. The actress was seen blushing at the question and brushed off the probe with a smile.
Before the interaction with Sudeep, the actress was also party to questions by the contestants in the house who noticed the tattoo.

Althought she didn’t reveal the details, but the actress did confirm that she will be getting married soon.
She was there to promote her upcoming film Jilebi.  Written and directed by Lucky Shankar, this out and out comedy film will see Pooja playing three different characters

City Express tried contacting the actress to know about the mysterious person in Male girl’s life, but she did not respond to our calls.

But from the little information we have about Prashanth, it is learnt that he is a businessman and not related to the movie industry.

Apparently, the two have been seeing each other for quite some time now and have decided to take their relationship forward with a wedding.

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