Miss Bhopal Divyanka Tripathi is among the highest-paid tv actresses
Newstracklive|December 14, 2019

In the world of TV, Divyanka Tripathi is a very big name in today's time and today is her birthday. Divyanka got the role of Ishita Bhalla in the popular TV serial Ye Hai Mohabbatein and even today she is famous for this role. Divyanka was born on 14 December 1984 in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh and she started her career with All India Radio.

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She made her debut on TV with the discovery of India's Best Cinestars in the year 2004 and in this she was seen as a contestant. Very few people know about this that Divyanka was honored with the title of Miss Bhopal. In the year 2011, she appeared in the court show opposite Ronit Roy and after that, she was also seen playing a role in the show Ramayana. At the same time, she got fame from the TV serial 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein'. In this show, she appeared in the role of Raman Bhalla's wife Ishita Bhalla and in this show Karan's pairing with her was well liked onscreen.

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The show is now at its last stage and is going to be off-air soon. You all must have seen Divyanka in TV serials like Virasat, Teri Meri Love Stories and Bahu Hamari Rajinikanth. In today's time, she has become the highest-paid actress on TV.

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