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Dipannita Sharma (Assamese) (born 2 November 1976) is a supermodel,entrepreneur and an actress. She came into the limelight after making to the final five of the Miss India 1998 contest. She was also judged the 'Miss Photogenic' in the same contest. She has also done a couple of television shows starting with Life Nahi Hai Laddoo. She made her film debut with the 2002 film 16 December.Dipannita was born in the Oil India Limited colony town of Duliajan in Assam. Her father was a doctor in the O.I.L. Hospital. She studied in the Holy Child School, Krishna Nagar, Guwahati till her ninth standard (high school), and pursued the rest of her school academics from St. Mary's school, Naharkatia.
She is married to Delhi entrepreneur Dilsher Singh Atwal, a third generation businessman, and who is into his family business of mining, and currently lives in Mumbai, India.After spending much of her childhood in Tapri, Bharti began a career as an actress in Telugu films with the 1990 film Bobbili Raja. Her early film appearances had her play little more than the love interest of the leading actors, but she drew attention when she progressed to Hindi Bollywood films in 1992 with Vishwatma. Bharti went onto have commercial success with films like Shola Aur Shabnam and Deewana that same year, for which she garnered a Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. Bharti acted in over 14 Hindi films between 1992 and 1993. Throughout her brief career, she often played strong female characters and, apart from mainstream cinema. Though her career went through certain periods of decline, she reinvented herself numerous times and was credited for her ability to sustain her status. The final years of Bharti's life were marked by personal problems and a reputation for unreliability and being difficult to work with.
Bharti's career was cut short by her death on 5 April 1993 at the age of 19. The circumstances of her death, falling from the window ledge of her five-storey Versova apartment have been the subject of dispute over the years. Bharti's last completed films were Rang, co-starring Kamal Sadanah and Shatranj with Jackie Shroff, both released posthumouslyDivya Bharti was born on February 25, 1974, in Mumbai, India, the eldest child of Omprakash Bharti, an insurance officer, and his second wife, Meeta Bharti. She had a younger brother named Kunal.
Bharti studied at Maneckji Cooper High School in Juhu, Mumbai, in same era as actors Farhan Akhtar and Rani Mukherji attended. She was an average student and completed grade 9.In 1988, Bharti met film-maker Nandu Tolani when she accompanied a friend. Upon seeing her, Nandu Tolani insisted that she become an actress. At that time, Bharti was in the ninth standard. She was originally scheduled to make her screen debut in Gunahon Ka Devta in 1988, but her role was cancelled. Kirti Kumar (Govinda's brother) noticed Divya at a video library, was eager to sign up Divya for Radha Ka Sangam opposite Govinda. Weeks later, Kirti went personally to meet Dilip Shankar and managed to release Divya from their contract. Before the first shot was taken, Bharti was out of the film after being groomed for two years and replaced by Juhi Chawla.
Bharti's career was stalled until D. Ramanaidu, one of the biggest producers of Telugu films, offered Bobbili Raja opposite his son Daggubati Venkatesh. She commenced shooting for her screen debut. The film was released in the summer of 1990 and became a colossal hit. She was introduced as Rani, daughter of the minister who has had all the comforts of life. The film was considered a usual launch for a newcomer, However, she was eventually noticed, particularly for the forthright character she played.
Although highly regarded for her acting abilities, Bharti acted in only one Tamil film, Nila Penne opposite Anand Babu, the son of legendary actor Nagesh who was most widely known for several leading roles in the early 1990s and his dancing exploits. The film was critically and financially unsuccessful.With more hits, Bharti became a bigger name in Telugu cinema. In box-office ratings, she figured next to Vijayshanti. In 1991, Bharti had back-to-back hits, including Rowdy Alludu and Assembly Rowdy opposite Chiranjeevi and Mohan Babu.
Later that year, A Kodandarami Reddy's action romance Dharma Kshetram under Sri Rajeev Productions was released. Bharti essayed the role of beautiful girl along with a prominent Telugu film actor Nandamuri Balakrishna, who then starred in many critical and commercial films with the highest number of dual roles (thirteen). The film went on to become one of the biggest Telugu hits of its time. Nandamuri Balakrishna said about her performance, "This is an exceptional position reflecting an exceptional role she has played for us."Bharti's first Bollywood film was Vishwatma opposite Sunny Deol, directed by Rajiv Rai and released on January 2, 1992. The film was an average grosser at the box office, but gained Bharti wider recognition from the public as well as film critics. Notably, the music of the film was very successful, especially the song "Saat Samundar", which became a favorite and put Bharti in the limelight in Bollywood.
Seven days later, Bharti's next film, Lawrence D'Souza's romantic drama Dil Ka Kya Kasoor, alongside Prithvi and Sanam, failed at the box office. Bharti played f a girl named Seema who is secretly in love with a guy who wants to be a singer. She secretly helps him become a successful singer by writing songs for him but keeps her identity a secret from him. Through her songs, he becomes popular and wealthy virtually overnight. The music, by the duo Nadeem-Shravan, was an instant hit, but the film itself did not do well at the box office. However, Filmfare magazines started including Bharti in the list of 1992 "Top Ten Best Actress Performances". After Bharti's flops, she was quoted as saying, "I wanted to prove myself. But I've fallen flat on my face. Now, I have to begin my climb all over again. Yet, I'm positive that one day, success will be mine." (Stardust, March 1992).
In March 1992, David Dhawan's Shola Aur Shabnam was released. Bharti starred as Divya, the love interest of Karan (Govinda). In the film, Karan and Divya plan to marry each other. Circumstances act against them, and they flee, with Kali Baba's (Gulshan Grover) men after them. Shola Aur Shabnam was popular with critics and was a box office hit in India, reviving Bharti's career once again. She received a Lux Face of the Year title. It also gave a big boost to Govinda and launched David Dhawan as an established director.
Four months later, Bharti achieved further success in Raj Kanwar's Filmfare award winning love story Deewana  starred veteran actor Rishi Kapoor and newcomer Shahrukh Khan. Bharti essayed the role of Kajal, who falls in love and marries a famous singer named Ravi (Kapoor). After Ravi is presumed dead after falling off a cliff, the widowed and depressed Kajal meets a young man named Raja (Shahrukh Khan). Deewana grossed 14 crore, and Boxoffice India declared it a hit. Her performance in Deewana was highly appreciated. Critics reported that Bharti belonged to a new breed of Hindi film actors who broke away from character stereotypes. Bharti and Shahrukh Khan won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut and Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut respectively.
By July 1992, Bharti's work in Deewana was said to have earned her more recognition. She was listed as one of the "Most Valuable Young Stars". She had several other releases that year, among them Jaan Se Pyaara, Geet and Balwaan with another debutant Sunil Shetty. Of these, only Balwaan was a modest success, establishing Sunil Shetty as an action hero. Bharti's role was small, and was not well received. She was mostly criticised for taking a role of minimal importance. Although she explained that the decision was significant, so even when characters are being unkind it's hard not to like.