Divyanka Tripathi

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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Divyanka Tripathi has become one of the most known and famous face of Indian television. (Photo: Instagram) 

Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
She was born on 14 December, 1984 in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Apart from being the perfect bahu in reel life, Divyanka is also a trained mountaineer, she completed a mountaineering course from the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering in Uttarkashi. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Plus, this gorgeous bahu of Indian TV industry has also done a rifle shooting course from Bhopal Rifle Academy and has won many medals in Riflery. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Divyanka Tripathi entered into TV industry by winning India's Best Cinestars Ki Khoj from the Bhopal zone. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
She participated in Pantene Zee Teen Queen in 2003 and won the title of Miss Beautiful Skin. In 2005, Divyanka also won the title of Miss Bhopal. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Divyanka never wanted to become an actress, instead she always wanted to be a part of the Indian army to serve the country. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Initially, Divyanka did a short gig as an anchor on Akash Vani, Bhopal, and eventually started her acting career with one of the telefilms on Doordarshan channel. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Divyanka got acknowledgment in the TV industry with Zee TV's serial 'Banoo Mai Teri Dulhann' in which she assumed double part and won different honours for her impressive performance in the show. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
This exceptionally skilled artist was a part of the second season of 'Ssshhhh...Phir Koi Hai' on Star Plus and furthermore assumed the part of Rashmi Sharma, a housewife in parody dramatization titled 'Mrs. and Mr. Sharma Allahabadwale' on SAB TV. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
After the comedy serial went off-air, she battled hard to get another comedy role. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
But in 2013, she accepted Star Plus's 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein' in which she is seen playing the role of Dr. Ishita Bhalla. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Divyanka Tripathi tied the knot with 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein' co-star Vivek Dahiya on July 08, 2016. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Divyanka and Vivek initially met in August 2015 through a common friend and soon started their romantic tale. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Before getting into a relationship with Vivek Dahiya, Divyanka dated TV performing artist Ssharad Malhotra for a long time yet at long last said a final farewell to him as she was experiencing tough time and amid that timeframe, she found an awesome companion in her co-star Vivek Dahiya. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Despite the fact that there were bits of gossip all around about the two dating however, they chose to keep their relationship hidden. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
On being asked what Divyanka like about Vivek the most, she said that it's his simplicity which attracted her towards him. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Divyanka Tripathi and Vivek Dahiya’s wedding was nothing but a fairy tale, they enjoyed equally of their big day and appeared extremely happy. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
The star couple went for their honeymoon to Europe after a long hole of six months because of their bustling calendars. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
After their honeymoon, the skilled duo participated in the renowned dance reality show "Nach Baliye" where celebrity couples rival each other. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
During the initial stages of the 'Nach Baliye' they scored average, later they started giving solid performances and eventually won everyone’s heart. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Because of their gigantic fan base, everybody anticipated that they will make it to the finals of celebrity dance reality show 'Nach Baliye'. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
The couple worked truly hard and developed as the most grounded contenders, Divyanka even said ‘’the show taught her a lot about hard work, focus and perseverance’’. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
On 'Nach Baliye' the gorgeous jodi battled out with 10 other couples for three months and being one of the most popular television couple with a huge fanbase, they emerged as the ultimate winners of the dance reality show. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Indian television's cutest couple, Divyanka and Vivek are going to celebrate their first marriage anniversary on July 8 and they think winning the trophy has made it even more special. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
Divyanka Tripathi looking gorgeous in traditional clothes, she became the national sensation for her superb performances on television. (Photo: Instagram) 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
“It’s a gift from our fans and from us to each other. It’s the most memorable gift one could get on their first anniversary and we will cherish this trophy and win all the more in the years to come,” they said after winning the dance reality show 'Nach Baliye'. 
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Bollywood film-like tale of TV's most successful actress, Divyanka Tripathi
The cute couple showed their gratitude by gifting iPhone 7 plus smartphones to their whole team and thanked them for their hard work. (Photo: Instagram) 

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you have seen her spreading joy on-screen many a time. Sarah Khan’s inherent innocence could make anyone put the remote down and fix their gaze on her. Charming, beautiful, well mannered, talented – there are many words to describe the young actress, but her playful nature along with her child-like voice are features that stand out. She might be playing in the under-25 team for now, but this, by no way, means, that she has fewer achievements to boast about. Along with a couple of nominations and a recent award, she has several successful serials to brag about, and has a lot more to offer in her repertoire. - See more at: http://magtheweekly.com/03-09dec2016/cover.asp#sthash.v8ouQgd0.dpuf

ou have seen her spreading joy on-screen many a time. Sarah Khan’s inherent innocence could make anyone put the remote down and fix their gaze on her. Charming, beautiful, well mannered, talented – there are many words to describe the young actress, but her playful nature along with her child-like voice are features that stand out. She might be playing in the under-25 team for now, but this, by no way, means, that she has fewer achievements to boast about. Along with a couple of nominations and a recent award, she has several successful serials to brag about, and has a lot more to offer in her repertoire. - See more at: http://magtheweekly.com/03-09dec2016/cover.asp#sthash.v8ouQgd0.dpuf

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Ek Thi Marium

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Ek Thi Marium

Pakistan’s drama industry has taken the world by storm and recently there have been teleplays that have managed to do well when aired. Ek Thi Marium is one biographical play that was well-received when it was aired on Defence Day 2016; had it been released in cinema on that day and later played on TV, it would have helped both the cinema and television industry. However, it was watched by many since it was released on a historically important day and slightly preceded the conflict at the border.
The flick is based on the life and martyrdom of Pakistan Air Force’s fighter pilot Marium Mukhtiar (Sanam Baloch in the title role) who convinces her parents to let her enroll in the Pakistan Air Force as GD Pilot and passes it with flying colours. How she handles the tough training to become an ace pilot and her family’s reaction is shown in the first half of the film; the latter half deals with her life in the Academy and as a Fighter Pilot. Shani Arshad’s background score and Zeb Bangash’s song makes you want to watch the film as they perfectly gel with the happenings on screen.
The script by veteran writer, Umera Ahmed was very well-researched and well-written but since the flick was made for the smaller screen, it seemed too TV-ish in the cinema. In films, things happen rather fast but here the pace was slow. The dialogues were natural and that’s what helped them land too close to the heart. Since the year shown wasn’t that old, it was quite relatable. However, the Air Force scenes at the Academy or in the Mess could have been added to give it a touch of realism, like they did in Sunehray Din and Alpha Bravo Charlie. Yes, the aerial sequences were well-shot and couldn’t have been executed better but the ending was a little too early and a wee bit abrupt. For a viewer who has grown on the climatic sequence of Nishan-e-Haider Rashid Minhas filmed 30 years ago, a little human touch would have helped here.
Sanam Baloch returns to acting with this telefilm and manages to impress all, making new fans as well as entertaining her faithful ones. She is undoubtedly the star here as she gets trained like female cadets, walk like them and by the time you are through with the film, you actually believe that she was a Flying Officer rather than an actress portraying one. Hina Bayat and Behroze Sabzwari as parents, Agha Mustafa Hassan as fiancé, Sajda Syed as Dadi and Sharmeen Kashif and Hadi bin Arshad as siblings, all do a commendable job, especially the seasoned veterans as parents. The final scene, where they accept the award on behalf of their martyred daughter will make you cry even if you didn’t want to shed a tear.
Last year, Bin Roye was released in cinemas and this year its drama version followed. Producers of this venture could have done the same thing, but they made a telefilm instead of a movie and showed it on the big screen. Better grading, extended climax and scenes like Aagaya Hai Kyun Kakul could have added flavour to this already treasured project. The return of Sanam Baloch is something of a present for her followers because she is one of the better actresses in the country and must follow her instincts like Ek Thi Marium. •

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SUMBUL IQBAL - AIMING FOR THE SKIES

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Pakistan’s drama industry is blessed with exceptional talent. Our dramas have always had a streak of finesse with respect to their story, script, direction and, obviously, the actors. In the past few years, Pakistani television has exuded a breath of fresh air after new faces with extraordinary talent entered the métier. Among this talented lot, a lady named Sumbul Iqbal stood out with clichéd, yet admirable characters to her credit and became a household name with hit drama serials like Roag, Meray Khawab Raiza Raiza, Dil-e-Abad, Morr Us Gali Ka, Hawa Rait Aur Angan, Raju Rocket, Neelum Kinaray to name a few. MAG chats with the young lass as she spills the beans about her career and aspiration on becoming the most sought after actress in Pakistan.

The 26-year-old star is currently enjoying all the attention she is getting for her new avatar. According to her, a lot has changed ever since she joined the industry. “Things have changed immensely. There is a lot of competition among co-stars and things (style of work) have developed gradually. Actors have started concentrating on themselves. There is a lot of modernity; everyone has something new to offer. Everybody has groomed (themselves) and so have I,” she says candidly. Sumbul believes that actors are now more connected to their audiences, sharing each and every second of their lives with their fans and things have changed on the whole with time and social media, especially has a huge role to play in this.
Her drama serial Ghayal, wherein she appears opposite singer-turned-actor Goher Mumtaz, is currently on-air and she deems it to be a rather different story. “The drama is doing well so far, as it is based on an unusual subject that caters to the society. It has a message for its audience and does not revolve around the typical rona dhona or saas-bahu story; instead it is a thriller, filled with suspense,” she asserts, while she gushes about receiving good response from her viewers.
Like any other male or female actor, Sumbul too, aims for the big screen and has also been one of the lucky few to have received offers from across the border after her play Meray Khwab Raiza Raiza was aired on an Indian channel. Considering the uncertainty of relations between India and Pakistan, with celebrities as popular as Fawad and Mahira being asked to leave India, I ask the young actress about her expected entrance into Bollywood, to which she responds cautiously. “I cannot disclose anything unless things get finalised because I have only received the script up till now. I don’t know what exactly I will be doing in it and I don’t want to end up doing something where I don’t represent Pakistan properly,” she reveals and explains further, “Keeping in mind the situation between the two countries at the moment, I am going to take a very well-thought-out decision. If I think the character is very good, conveys a message and allows me to represent Pakistan in a good light, only then will I agree on doing it.”
One does not need to rethink about the skills Sumbul possesses when it comes to acting, but one may feel that the actress has been stereotyped with the usual damsel-in-distress roles. The actress, however, has contrary views about the supposition. “Women shown in our dramas are usually there to gain sympathies from the audience, which is mostly because females who are watching them want to see themselves in those characters. Also, people in our industry are not ready to experiment at the moment. We usually portray (the life of) our viewers which appeals to those watching it.” Even though she has done two projects where her characters have had a witty side (one of her serial’s Raju Rocket also won her an award for her role), but these characters, according to her, are only appreciated occasionally.
“As far as comedy roles are concerned, I would love to do them because I can relate to such characters. However, they are not done a lot here and people do not make comedy dramas as such, but if they do I would definitely want to experiment with my characters,” she says, opening up about her will to experiment with her roles.

"I am never satisfied with my character or myself. I feel like there is always something better that I can do."
Sumbul says she has received film offers in Pakistan too, but was unsure about the ventures. “I did receive one or two offers, but I did not accept them because I could not decide. Nevertheless, I wish to work in a Pakistani movie before being cast in an Indian film,” she wishfully states.
Sumbul will soon be disclosing about her upcoming film and says she has a lot in store for her fans. “I am working on my first film at the moment during which there will be a short break from TV, though Ghayal will be on-air in the meanwhile,” she says, while not revealing much about the project.
The actress is not one to fall for glitzy awards, instead, she is satisfied when she receives love and positive feedback from her viewers alone. “One does feel happy on receiving a reward for something worthwhile. I was nominated for Roag, but I did not win the award. However, that does not mean that the audience didn’t like me. For me, getting feedback from the audience is more than an award. If you do get one, it motivates you, it strengthens your personality,” Sumbul shares. She is quite certain that awards in our country are not credible enough for a person to know their worth. “Until and unless you do not step out of your circle, and do not reward a deserving person, then it cannot be called an award. There is a lot of lobbying and that is (probably) the reason I didn’t get the award when I was nominated. But I also think that the person who won back then was more deserving and better in the jury’s eye. For me, being appreciated by my audience is more important,” she retorts bluntly.
When asked about ways to sustain in this industry, Sumbul sounds determined as she responds with an astute answer, “To be successful in life, and especially in showbiz, you need to be very patient. So, I do what I like and avoid limiting myself. For the last three years, I was not much into fashion and was so busy with my projects that I could not do anything else. Now that I have done all the conventional characters, I feel like I can work on roles that give me pleasure. But patience is the key to success at the end of the day.” Talking about her growth during all these years, she adds, “I have definitely seen myself grow as an actor in all these years. It is disastrous for you to put a full-stop; one should never stop growing with respect to life and the work they do,” Sumbul proudly utters as she signs out.


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