Due to Divya Bharti’s death, these two films with Akshay Kumar and Sunny Deol were shelved, the shooting of one was about to be completed.

Divya Bharti Shelved Films Divya Bharti was one of the popular actresses of Bollywood, who left a lasting impression in the hearts of fans with her acting and superhit films in the 90s at a young age. But he surprised his fans by saying goodbye to the world at the age of 19. Divya Bharti, born on 25 February 1974, is known for films like Shola Aur Shabnam, Rang, Dil Aashna Hai, Rang and Deewana. In a single year, he established his position in the industry by giving more than 4 hit films. But do you know that he also worked with Akshay Kumar and Sunny Deol. But he could not appear on screen.

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According to IMdb trivia, Akshay Kumar, Divya Bharti, Danny Denzongpa, Pran were to be seen in the 1993 film “Parinaam”, which was directed by Partho Ghosh. But the film was stopped due to death. Apart from this, in 1993 itself, Divya Bharti had acted in Yatra, which also featured Sunny Deol. The shooting of this film was almost completed. But after the death of the actress, it went on the back burner.

It is said that Divya Bharti was doing films like Mohra, Laadla and Vijaypath at the time of her death. Whereas two complete films Rang and Shatranj were released after his death. Talking about personal life, Sajid Nadiadwala and Divya Bharti met for the first time on the sets of the film Shola Aur Shabnam. It was Govinda who introduced Divya to Sajid Nadiadwala on the set and Sajid fell in love with Divya at first sight.

Their friendship grew and gradually it turned into love. Sajid did not delay at all and proposed Divya for marriage on 15 January 1992. After this, both of them got married on 10 May 1992. But after 10 months, according to reports, Divya committed suicide by jumping from the balcony of her apartment. Due to the sudden death of the actress, many allegations were made against Sajid Nadiadwala, but none of the allegations could be proved.

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