Actress Divya Bharti Photos | Biography | Profiles | Pictures

Quick Introduction

Dhivya Bharti was an Indian Film actress, who acted in many commercially successful Telugu, Tamil and Hindi movies. She was a volatile actress who was ready to give tough competition to other top Bollywood actresses. But fate didn’t support her, she died at the early age of 19. Divya achieved more success during her short career and she established herself as a popular actress in Bollywood. She was also equally famous in the South movies. She worked with top banners and directors in her career. She had signed 14 movies before the release of her first movie and this is a world record for new comer. You can see this actress photo with many popular actors from Telugu and Hindi film industry.

Bio Data

Divya Bharti was born on 25th February 1975 in Mumbai. Divya is the eldest daughter of Om Prakash Bharti, who is an insurance officer and her mother is Meeta Bharti. Kunal is a younger brother, whom she loved a lot. She was fluent in Marathi, English and Hindi. She was attractive in her early days because of her doll like looks and bubbly personality. She completed her schooling in Maneckji Cooper High School in Juhu, along with other actors like Rani Mukherjee and Farhan Akthat. She was considered as an average student in school. She had a great interest in swimming.

She married Sajid Nadiadwala on 10th May 1992. After marriage she changed her name to Sannah Nadiadwala. She died on 5th April 1993 at midnight. She fell from a five storey apartment in Versova. There were many rumors about her death including suicide, accidental death and murder.


She was asked to act in the Bollywood movies when she was studying in 9th standard but all those commitments were cancelled. She made her debut in the movie Bobbili Raja opposite to Daggubati Venkatesh produced by one of the biggest producers of Telugu films, D. Ramanaidu. This film was released in the year 1990 and became commercially successful. She acted in only one Tamil film Nila Penne, opposite to Anand and this movie was financial and critical failure.

She established as a leading actress in Telugu movies by giving back to back hits. In 1991 she acted opposite to Mohan Babu and Chiranjeevi in the movies Assembly Rowdy and Rowdy Alludu respectively. She also got a chance to act with Nandamuri Balakrishna in the movie Dharma Kshetram, which became the biggest blockbuster in Telugu at that time. You can see this actress photo with Balakrishna in this movie.

Divya’s first Bollywood movie was Vishwatma opposite to Sunny Deol, which became average grosser at the box office but her performance was well appreciated. In 1992 March she acted in the movie Shola Aur Shabnam opposite to Govinda and this movie was box office hit. Divya won Lux new face award. Next she acted in another successful movie Deewana opposite to Sharukh Khan and Rishi Kapoor. For her performance in the movie she bagged Best Female Debut in Filmfare Award. Her last movie released was the Kshatriya, it was released just 10 days before the death of Divya.


During her small career she was not involved in many controversies. You can see this actress photos in her portal in internet.




Awards and Notes

1990 Bobbili Raja Debut film/Dubbed
1990 Nila Penne Only Tamil language film/Dubbed
1991 Naa Ille Naa Swargam Dubbed
1991 Rowdy Alludu Dubbed
1991 Assembly Rowdy Dubbed
1992 Dharma Kshetram Dubbed
1992 Vishwatma Debut Hindi film
1992 Shola Aur Shabnam
1992 Dil Ka Kya Kasoor
1992 Jaan Se Pyaara
1992 Deewana Lux Face of the Year/Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut
1992 Balwaan
1992 Dushman Zamana
1992 Dil Aashna Hai
1992 Geet Dubbed
1992 Chittamma Mogudu Dubbed
1992 Dil Hi To Hai
1993 Kshatriya Last release during lifetime
1993 Tholi Muddhu Released after demise/Partly completed by south actress Rambha/Dubbed
1993 Rang Released after demise/Dubbed
1993 Shatranj Last release after demise/Dubbed

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