"I think social-networking sites are an addiction today," Pooja told reporters here Monday at the launch of "Broomstick", which offers interesting options to the online community.
Active on Facebook and Twitter, Pooja also listed the pros and cons of social networking.
"Social-networking sites have both pros and cons. Pros is that the world becomes a smaller place. Like after watching me in 'Bigg Boss' or other shows, people all over the world want to know me. So, it makes the world a smaller place," said Pooja, who was one of the contestants in "Bigg Boss 5".
"Punarvivaah" will unfold a new chapter with fresh star cast under a new title "Punarvivaah... Ek Nayi Umeed". But one thing that will be constant is the issue of remarriage.
With the story of protagonists Yash (Gurmeet Choudhary) and Aarti (Kritika Sengar) and their remarriage coming to an end, the new story will see Rubina Dilaik, Karan V. Grover and Srishty Rode in the lead roles.
Television actress Shweta Tiwari has been through a lot in her personal life, but says her daughter was the one constant support in her life and their bonding became stronger while battling problems together.
"I think whatever has been happening in my life, after that the bonding between my daughter and me has become stronger. She was with me through all the troubles and difficulties," Shweta told IANS.
For Toral Rasputra, her mother is her 4 a.m. friend, while Siddharth Shukla describe his mom as a shield who protects him from the worst. On Mother's Day Sunday, small screen celebrities pay tribute to their moms.
This is what they have to say:
Toral (Anandi of "Balika Vadhu"): I am very close to my mother and I consider her to be my 4 a.m. friend. She is someone who keeps me rooted and has always been my staunchest supporter. She was the most happiest when I was offered to play Anandi.
Television actress Shweta Tiwari, currently seen in "Parvarrish - Kuchh Khattee Kuchh Meethi", feels that the popular show on parent-children relationship is an extension of her personal life.
The 32-year-old relates to her character of Sweety, a hands-on mother who also tries to discipline her children.
"I think 'Parvarrish' is in a different league. It is a different show. I relate with the story as I feel that I am living my personal life with the show," Shweta, a single mother of 12-year-old daughter Palak, told IANS.