Divya Singh is a Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam actress who has starred in various television dramas as well as movies in the South Indian Entertainment Industry. Born and brought up in Hyderabad, Divya always cherished a dream of becoming an actress. She finished her schooling and college in Hyderabad only, but her childhood dream of making it big in the acting industry led her to the city of dreams: Mumbai, Maharashtra. Like every other aspirant, she too struggled in her initial years. However, her beauty and talent soon got attention, and she starred in multiple television shows. Following her TV opportunities, she soon joined the Tamil film Industry after offers from the South.

Her first film in the business was ‘Thiruppugazh’ (2013). The movie opened her path to further films, and she had soon become a known face in the South Indian Entertainment Industry. More movies followed including ‘Mr.Parvateesam’, a Telugu film released in 2014 and ‘Dear Swapna’, a Tamil venture wherein she bagged the lead role opposite star Dileep. The 5’6” model with engaging good looks and a bold personality is slated to make her debut in the Bollywood film industry soon this year.

Her movie, ‘Ishq Junoon’, will be her first Hindi movie and may well decide the course of her career on the silver screen. “Ishq Junoon” is a Sanjay Sharma Sanjay Sharma is a director who is propelling the >> Read More... directed, upcoming Bollywood romantic, sensual thriller. The movie is produced by Vinay Gupta under his banner ‘Vinr Films Production Company’ and by Anuj Sharma Anuj Sharma is an Indian singer and runner up in t >> Read More... under his banner ‘Shantiniketan Entertainments’. It is scheduled to release in 2016. Divya Singh is seen portraying a confident and bold-faced role alongside her two co-stars Rajbeer Singh Rajbeer Singh is a gorgeous Indian model turned ac >> Read More... and Akshay Rangshahi Akshay Rangshahi is an Indian actor and a model, b >> Read More... . The first song of the movie was also released last month and has been able to catch the attention of quite an audience.