Mahesh Bhatt’s mother missed her husband all her life, her demand was fulfilled after his death.

Mahesh Bhatt recently appeared on Arbaaz Khan’s chat show where he revealed many secrets related to his life. He said he had a difficult childhood and was often teased as an “illegitimate child.” Please note here that Mahesh Bhatt’s Muslim mother was a Muslim named Shireen Mohammad Ali while his father Nanabhai Bhatt was a Hindu.

Mahesh Bhatt said that because she lived in a Hindu area, her mother had to hide her religion. Who hid her identity because she lived in a Hindu area. She said that all she wanted was to be accepted by Mahesh’s father, Nanabhai Bhatt, who was a Hindu. But since he was already married and had a family of his own, he never gave his mother her due.

Mahesh Bhatt recalled that when his mother died in 1998, his last wish was to be buried in accordance with his faith. When his father’s father, Nanabhai Bhatt, came for the last rites, he applied vermilion on his maang for the first time. Mahesh Bhatt was shocked to see this. He said: “I remember when she died, and my father came with his wife, at which time he put sindoor on her forehead and I said too little too late. It broke me. He never accepted it publicly. I wanted a picture of him doing it. ”

When Mahesh told his father about his mother’s dying wish, he refused to accompany her to the Shiite cemetery. He said: “I told her that she told me that she wanted to be buried where her mother is buried in the Shiite cemetery. I looked at her face and her face turned white. And she said (with folded hands) sorry son, my religion doesn’t lets me go there. It broke my heart.”

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The director of the land said he was not angry at the time and told his father, “I said, ‘Main to beta hoon, mujhe to jaana padega jaise unke kaha hain. Woh right to uparwala bhi nahi nakkar nahi sakte.’ Mahesh Bhatt concluded that his father was a “prisoner of his upbringing”, but the episode marked him for life. I still have tears in my eyes. He shared excitedly. Bhatt’s 1998 film Zakhm his. The film was based on her childhood, with her. daughter Pooja Bhatt playing a character based on her mother.

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