Divya Dutta’s name is one of those Bollywood actresses who have always impressed the audience with her acting but still, her name often lags behind in the limelight. Divya is one of the underrated actresses of Bollywood who has won the hearts of the audience every time with her performance. She started her career with modeling, has also worked in TV serials. She also gave his voice in the film ‘Kasoor’. She made her debut in films in the year 199 with the film ‘Ishq Mein Jeena Ishq Mein Marna’.
Divya steals hearts with a strong payoff
However, he got his real identity from the Punjabi film ‘Shaheed-e-Mohabbat Buta Singh’. In this film, she played the role of a Muslim wife of a Sikh man. This film was very much liked by the audience. Along with this, in the character of Shabbo in the film Veer Zara, Divya not only won the hearts of the audience but also won the praise of critics. Born on 25 September 1977 in Ludhiana, Divya is celebrating her 45th birthday this year. So let us tell you the special things related to him on his birthday.
She belongs to a Punjabi Hindu family. When she was seven years old, her father passed away. After this Divya’s mother raised her alone. Divya Dutta’s mother Dr. Nalini Dutta was a government official. She was very young during the 1984 Sikh riots in Punjab. She was also very scared but she did not let it affect her.
She was fond of acting
Divya was fond of acting in films since childhood. Describing her hobbies, she had said, ‘When I was four years old, I felt one day that I could do well in acting. It used to happen that in those days Amitabh Bachchan’s film Don had been released and the song ‘Khaike Paan Banaraswala’ used to play a lot. I had also seen her dancing style after eating paan, so at home, I would dance a lot to this song. Taking mom’s dupatta, I would tie it around the waist and apply a lot of red lipstick to bring out the paan redness on the lips. It used to be a show at our house. His party would go on and my dance.
Divya has appeared in ‘Veergati’
In an interview given to a channel, Divya Dutta had said that when she repeats any of her old characters, she does not face any kind of challenge nor does she get nervous. Those things don’t make any sense. Divya Dutta said, “I consider myself lucky when I am working with directors who offer me roles that I have never done before. But if I am doing the same character as before then there is no problem.
Apart from the film Veer Zara, Divya has appeared in ‘Veergati’, ‘Iske Topi Uske Sar’, ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’, ‘Gippy’, ‘Samvidhan’, ‘Bagban’. She played the role of Milkha’s sister in Milkha Singh. She recently appeared in the film ‘Sheer-Korma’. His upcoming film is Dhaakad. Dhaakad stars Kangana Ranaut in the lead role but she will be seen playing an important role.
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