Pooja Bhatt, as BizAsia reported recently, is helming a web-series exploring women’s sexuality. Now, Bhatt has also said she will begin working on the third instalment of 2003’s ‘Jism’.
Talking to PTI, Bhatt said, “I will start working on Jism 3 this year and the film will release sometime in 2017. It has to be the boldest movie yet. I have decided to completely shake up things this time”. She also confirmed that it was not decided as yet whether the film would rope in newcomers but that the plot would involve three men and one women.
Bhatt is no stranger to the Censor Board but making bold films, she gave her opinion, “I have no issues with them. If I don’t agree with something they are asking for, I fight. Jism had one cut, excess amount of boldness was toned down in the sequel, my other film Sadak faced issues and Zakhm was banned. So this talk of filmmakers not having freedom of expression is not new, it has been happening.”
Bhatt is currently busy with ‘Cabaret’ which she is producing.