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Sonam Khan, the famous actress of the 90s, said that if Divya Bharti was alive today, many people would have been sitting at home. Sonam said that Divya was an actress ahead of her time. There was a different happiness on his face. She used to answer openly in front of people, that is why she was different from others. His fan pages are still visible on social media.
Sonam’s statement is also true because Divya was one of the few actresses who achieved fame at a young age. At the age of 19, she was counted among the top actresses of Bollywood by doing 21 films.
However, in the meantime, he died in a mysterious accident in 1993. Everyone was shocked by such a young actress leaving. There were also reports that Divya’s death was not an accident but a murder.
‘Divya’s magic used to work in front of the camera, she used to answer everyone on the face’
Sonam Khan is known from the film Tridev’s famous song ‘Oye..Oye’. In an interview given to Siddharth Canaan, he shared things related to Divya Bharti. He said – We both were of the same age. We both used to talk happily with each other. There was no competition between us. There was no one like him.
The whole world knows that he used to work magic on camera. His looks were amazing. His mood was also very bold. No matter what anyone thought, but she always answered in front.
At such a young age, Divya had worked in superhit films like Deewana with Shahrukh Khan, Vishwatma with Sunny Deol and Shola Aur Shabnam with Govinda.
‘Divya’s fan pages are still visible on social media’
Sharing an incident with Divya, Sonam said, ‘I remember we were shooting for the film Vishwatma in Africa. We both stood in front of a big mirror. Standing there, we were measuring our waist size. By the way, his waist was thinner than mine. I feel happy remembering this incident with Divya.
She was a legend. Even after so many years of his death, his fan pages run on social media. Even today people message me asking about them.
Sonam’s real name is Bakhtawar Khan, the underworld was behind
Sonam is the niece of famous actor Raza Murad. Very few people know that his real name is Bakhtawar Khan. He made his debut in 1988 with Yash Chopra’s film Vijay. He got fame from the 1989 film Tridev.
Sonam was known for her glamorous looks and roles during her time.
In 1991, Sonam married Rajeev Rai, the producer of Tridev. Rajeev was 17 years older than Sonam. After doing 25 films in a short career, Sonam said goodbye to the industry.
Sonam’s husband Rajeev was attacked in 1994. It is said that this attack was done by Don Abu Salem. Sonam shifted abroad after this attack. However, he used to get threats from the underworld all the time.
Sonam is still very active on social media, this picture is from the present.
For this reason, Sonam’s career could not progress further. Sonam and Rajeev’s marriage also did not work and both of them got divorced in 2016 after living separately for many years.
After all, what happened to Divya that day, how did a laughing actress end up in death?
Shortly before her death, Divya Bharti returned to Mumbai after finishing shooting from Chennai. He had to discuss about the costume of his next film ‘Andolan’. For this, he called his fashion designer Neeta Lulla home to talk.
Neeta came to Divya’s house with her husband. Everyone started drinking. Divya’s house help Amrita was making snacks for everyone. All the guests were watching TV. Meanwhile, Divya went and sat in the corner of the balcony.
Police investigated Divya’s case for 5 years. Many people from the film industry were questioned. Divya’s husband Sajid Nadiadwala remained under the most suspicion. Then in 1998, it was officially confirmed that Divya’s death was just an accident. It was said that he had consumed too much alcohol due to which his balance had deteriorated.
It is said that as soon as she turned slightly, she fell straight down due to loss of balance. She was completely injured after falling from the fifth floor. He was definitely breathing for a while. He was rushed to Cooper Hospital in Anan-Phanan but he could not be saved.