It was her acting variety that hailed her as 'the most interesting young actress of her generation' starring in a number of commercially successful motion pictures during the early 1990s. Divya Bharti passed away at an early age but even today, her charm and aura is cherished through her films and roles. She made a mark not only in Bollywood but also in Telugu and Tamil films. Her performance in Vishwatma, Shola Aur Shabnam and Deewana have been the best ones from her kitty. Here's taking a trip down the memory lane through some rare photos of the Bollywood starlet who left us years ago.
She became a superstar in regional movies with her hit film Dharma Kshetram. Image Source: Procured via Google Search. more »
Sajid stated the following facts about Divya - 'Stardom had not gone to her head' 'was not a material girl' 'Romanticised death' 'Was very childish' 'Loved children' Image Source: Procured via Google Search. more »
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on Apr 03, 2014 , 02:22 pm
Remembering Divya Bharti
She had refrained from shedding clothes onscreen but Sajid Nadiadwala allegedly forced her to do so. His constant persuasion had shaken a young Divya Bharti. It is reported that Nadiadwala wanted to mint money by Divya Bharti’s bold acts in films.
About 500 people attended the funeral of the then youngest heroine of the silver screen, including Anil Kapoor, Amrish Puri, Raj Babbar, Yash Chopra, Jimmy Nirula, Sudhakar Bokade more »
Divya Bharti made her presence felt with her other hit films that year like Vishwatma opposite Sunny Deol and Shola Aur Sabnam opposite Govinda. more »
Divya Bharti made her debut with 1992 film Deewana opposite newcomer Shahrukh Khan. Both the debutants won best debut awards that year. more »