Divya Bharti is well-known for her roles in the movies Deewana, Shola Aur Shabnam, and Vishwatma. At the age of 19, she fell down in Mumbai in 1993. Actress Divya Bharti, who could have turned 48 as of now, was well-known for her attractive looks and endearing on-screen personality. Sadly, the actor passed away on this date in 1993 just as her career was about to take off.
She was only 19, therefore there have been a lot of conspiracy theories surrounding her sudden death, but it’s reasonable to state that an accident was the cause of death. From the fifth floor balcony of her Mumbai residence, Divya plunged and died. After returning from a shoot in Chennai, the actor was supposed to visit fashion designer Neeta Lulla at her home to discuss the latter’s upcoming feature film, Andolan.
When Neeta and her husband Shyam came, everyone was intoxicated. Amrita, Divya’s housekeeper, had been chatting with her employer while preparing some snacks for the visitors while they watched television. Divya proceeded to sit on the balcony ledge in the midst of all of this. However, the performer staggered as she turned around and fell to the ground. When the paramedics arrived, she was apparently breathing, but she soon passed away from her terrible wounds.
Confusion around her death quickly followed. Some people labeled it a suicide, while others said it was a murder. There were claims it was their handiwork, since at this time underworld money was frequently claimed to be employed in film production.
Divya’s father is alleged to have later issued a statement refuting all of the rumors surrounding the death of his daughter and saying, “There was no question of suicide or murder.” She did indeed consume some alcohol, but how much can one consume in thirty minutes? She also didn’t have depression. She has the ability to depress you! It was a mishap. Perched on the brink, she stumbled and fell. Unfortunately, every apartment but hers had a grill.
There would always be cars parked below, but not a single one that evening. She hit the ground squarely.
Divya Bharti is well-known for her roles in the movies Deewana, Shola Aur Shabnam, and Vishwatma, among others. Many of her films were unfinished when she passed away, including Dilwale, Ajay Devgn’s Vijaypath, Akshay Kumar’s Mohra, and Anil Kapoor and Raveena Tandon’s Laadla (Sridevi filled in).
Actress Divya Bharti passed away on April 5, 1993, when she was barely 19 years old. She was among the most well-liked and well-paid Indian actresses of the time.
In Mumbai, Maharashtra, on February 25, 1974, she was born into Om Prakash and Meeta Bharti. Her father’s first marriage produced a half-sister named Poonam Bharti and a younger brother named Kunal Bharti. Kainaat Arora, the actress, is her cousin.
She attended Maneckji Cooper High School in Juhu, Mumbai, but dropped out to pursue an acting career in the ninth grade.
At the tender age of sixteen, Divya debuted as an actress in the 1990 Telugu film Bobbili Raja, costarring Venkatesh. The movie was hailed as a “All Time Blockbuster” after becoming a box office triumph.
She starred in her first Hindi film, Vishwatma (1992), directed by Rajiv Rai. The movie’s “Saat Samundar” song became quite popular.
Following that, she starred in popular films such as Deewana (1992) and Shola Aur Shabnam (1992).
While Divya Bharti was working on the set of Shola Aur Shabnam (1992), Govinda introduced her to Sajid Nadiadwala. After falling in love, they began dating.
On May 10, 1992, Divya Bharti and Sajid Nadiadwala tied the knot in a private ceremony. Following their marriage, they converted to Islam and adopted the name Sana Nadiadwala. In order to protect her cinematic career, the marriage was kept a secret.
When Divya Bharti fell from the balcony of her fifth-floor apartment at the Tulsi Towers in Versova, Mumbai, on April 5, 1993, she passed away at the age of just 19.
Following her passing, two of her films, Shatranj (1993) and Rang (1993), were released.
She was replaced in a number of incomplete films, including Laadla (1994), Tabu (1994), Vijaypath (1994), Andolan (1995), Juhi Chawla (1995), and Raveena Tandon (1994) and Dilwale (1994).
Her death and its mystery served as a loose basis for Dev Anand’s 2011 Chargesheet.
Her parents refused to let her accept the lead role in Gunahon Ka Devta (1990) because they believed she was too young to appear in the film. Sangeeta Bijlani thereafter took over the post.
After seeing Divya in a video library, Govinda’s brother Kirti Kumar signed her to star opposite him in Radha Ka Sangam (1992). However, because of Divya’s immaturity, Juhi Chawla eventually took Divya’s position.