Mahesh Bhatt’s son Rahul Bhatt vented out against his father in one of the interviews where he made some shocking revelations.
Rahul Bhatt was last seen as one of the contestants in Bigg Boss. Besides that, he also came into the limelight when his name was associated with the 26/11 Mumbai blasts. His name got highlighted in connection with the mastermind David Headley.
In one such recent interview, he got close and persona and spilled his sad secrets of feeling left out among the sibling parade. He complains how Mahesh Bhatt always makes a point to mention his three daughters, Pooja Bhatt, Shaheen Bhatt, and Alia Bhatt, and never Rahul.
“My father Mahesh Bhatt never treated me like his own child. It’s the raw uncut truth about my relationship with my father. Perhaps if Mr. Mahesh Bhatt had been a father to me I wouldn’t have got into the friendship with Headley.”
Talking about his growing up years he said, “My childhood insecurities, the lack of a father figure in my growing years were lacunas in my life that Mr.Headley used to win over my confidence. I was vulnerable. I had no father to guide me in my growing years.”
He also added, “I maintain my father has always been indifferent to me. He has always treated me like a bastard. I felt like Andy Garcia in The Godfather 3.”
However, he also confessed that those are the exact experiences that made him thick-skinned and a stronger person.
“I am not a bitter person. I think I am a ‘better’ person because of Mr. Bhatt’s treatment. I believe what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.”
In the end, he adds, “I grew up with these feelings of anger and resentment which would have easily been harnessed by Mr. Headley. That’s what bothers me. I think I escaped miraculously from real damage.”
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