Divya Dutta

Divya Dutta's Biography
Divya Dutta

Name: Divya Dutta

Birthdate: 25th of September, 1977

Zodiac: Libra


1) Divya Dutta had won the prestigious Zee Cine award in the Best Supporting Actress category for her performance in Yash Chopra’s ‘Veer-Zaara’ (2004).

2) She also received the IIFA Best Supporting Actress award for her character role in the film ‘Delhi-6’ (2009), directed by RakeyshOmprakashMehra.

3) She also grabbed the Star SabseFavoriteKaun Actor award for her performance in the ShyamBenegal directed ‘Welcome to Sajjanpur’.

4) She had also earned two Star Screen and FilmfareAward nominations for her works.

Biography: Divya Dutta, the Indian actress was born on the 25th of September in the year 1977 at Ludhiana in Punjab, India. She pursued her education from the prestigious Sacred Heart Convent School situated in Ludhiana. She is a popular face in the Punjabi cinema.

Divya Dutta set foot into the film industry with the 1994 flick titled ‘Ishq Mein JeenaIshq Mein Marna’, directed by MiraqMirza.She came into the limelight through her performance in the Manoj Punj and ShamimAra directed 1999 Punjabi film titled ‘Shaheed-E-Mohabbat’. This film fetched her numerous positive reviews and recognition as an actress in the industry. She has to her credit, more than 25 awards in her entire acting career. She has enacted over sixty roles in various films throughout her illustrious career in the Indian film industry. She had even made an appearance in 2 international movies as well.

Apart from acting, she had also been into world of modelling and she has appeared on the television screen in various advertisements as well. In the year 2011, Divya Dutta appeared in a video called ‘Romeo’ by Basement Jaxx which is a renowned music house in London.

Some of her filmography includes ‘Ram AurShyam’ (1996),‘Surakshaa’ (1995), ‘Veergati’ (1995), ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’ (2005), ‘InthKaJawabPatthar’ (2002), ‘Agni Sakshi’ (1996), ‘Chhote Sarkar’ (1996), ‘Daava’ (1997), ‘GharwaliBaharwali’ (1998), ‘Shaheed-E-Mohabbat’ (1999), ‘Samar’ (1999), ‘Rajaji’ (1999), ‘Basanti’ (2000), ‘Kasoor’ (2001), ‘Maya Namara’ (2002), ‘23rd March 1931: Shaheed’ (2002),  ‘Shakthi: The Power’ (2002), ‘PranJaaye Par Shaan Na Jaaye’ (2003), ‘Joggers’ Park’ (2003), ‘Bade MiyanChoteMiyan’ (1998), ‘Baghban’ (2003), ‘LOC: Kargil’ (2003), ‘Shobhayatra’ (2004), ‘Aagnipankh’ (2004), ‘IskiTopiUskeSarr’ (1998),‘ShaadiKaLaddoo’ (2004), ‘Veer-Zaara’ (2004), ‘ZindagiKhoobsooratHai’ (2002), ‘Des HoyaaPardes’ (2004),  ‘DilKePecheyPechey’ (2005), ‘Train to Pakistan’ (1998),‘Naam Gum Jaayega’ (2005), ‘Silsiilay’ (2005), ‘Mr Ya Miss’ (2005), ‘Dubai Return’ (2005), ‘DarwazaBandhRakho’ (2006 ‘UmraoJaan’ (2006), ‘Apne’ (2007), ‘The Last Lear’ (2007), ‘Dangerous Ishhq’ (2011), ‘Mummyji’ (2007), ‘AajaNachle’ (2007 ‘Summer 2007’ (2008), ‘Welcome to Sajjanpur’ (2008), ‘Delhi-6’ (2009), ‘Oh, My God’ (2008),‘Mini Punjab’ (2009), ‘Morning Walk’ (2009), ‘NetajiSubhash Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero’ (2005),‘Love Khichdi’ (2009), ‘Chargesheet’ (2009), ‘Paroksh’ (2009), ‘Sukhmani’ (2010), ‘Malik Ek’ (2010), ‘Hisss’ (2010), ‘Heart Land’ (2010), ‘The Lion of Punjab’ (2011), ‘Stanley KaDabba’ (2011), ‘Monica’ (2011), ‘U Me Aur Hum’ (2008), ‘Heroine’ (2012) and ‘Special 26’ (2013).

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