Divyanka Tripathi Struggle Sucess Unknown Facts Know All Details Here
Divyanka Tripathi Unknown Facts: Who does not know Divyanka Tripathi, she is a well-known name from house to house. Everyone is convinced of Divyanka’s beauty and acting. The actress ruled the hearts of people by playing the role of Vidya in Banoon Main Teri Dulhan. Divyanka gained most popularity by playing the role of Ishita Bhalla in Yeh Hai Mohabbatein. Very few people would know that this journey from Bhopal to the small screen was not easy for Divyanka. Divyanka Tripathi struggled a lot to reach this point. Divyanka Tripathi was born on 14 December 1984 in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
The father of the actress is a pharmacist and mother is a housewife. Divyanka Tripathi also has a sister and a brother. Divyanka’s brother is a pilot. In the year 2016, Divyanka Tripathi married TV’s popular actor Vivek Dahiya. Divyanka Tripathi dated Sharad Malhotra for nine years before marrying Vivek. Divyanka Tripathi was very broken after the breakup with Sharad Malhotra. But gradually her life came on track. Divyanka is very happy to marry Vivek Dahiya. Let us tell you that Divyanka is one of the highest paid actresses of TV, she charges around one lakh for an episode.
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Divyanka’s first salary was so much
There was a time in Divyanka Tripathi’s life when she used to come to Mumbai from Bhopal while traveling in a bus with her father. Many times he did this to give auditions. Divyanka Tripathi was fond of taking part in drama and plays since childhood. If there was any such event in Bhopal, then Divyanka would definitely be a part of it. Talking about Divyanka’s first job, she worked as an anchor in All India Radio. In this job, he got 800 rupees as salary. Let us tell you that Divyanka became Miss Bhopal in the year 2003, after that in the year 2004 she was also declared the winner in the Khoj Hunt show of Zee Cinestars.
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