Deepti Bhatnagar (born 30 September 1967) is an Indian former film actress and model. Her first film role came in Sanjay Gupta's Ram Shastra, also starring Jackie Shroff and Manisha Koirala. She has also appeared in the Telugu film, Pelli Sandadi, the American film, Inferno and the Bollywood film, Mann.
Bhatnagar in 2013
Bhatnagar was born in Meerut. She Went to school in Delhi and attended Meerut University. She moved to Mumbai in 1992 to identify a good ad agency to promote her handicrafts factory in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh.
In 1992, Bhatnagar was promoting her handicrafts in Mumbai, when she got an opportunity to sign for an ad agency to model for the Roopmilan saris' press ad and after that ad she signed 12 more campaigns. She had given up her interest in running the handicraft factory and entered into the professional modeling world. She won the Eves Weekly contest in 1990. Soon afterwards, she was modeling in Singapore for various international fashion shows.
In 2001, she ventured into television production with the travel shows Yatra, a religious travel guide show and Musafir Hoon Yaaron, an around the world travel guide show, both aired on STAR Plus. She also hosted both the shows.
Bhatnagar is married to Randeep Arya, the director of her show, Musafir Hoon Yaron. Together they have two sons, Shubh (born 25 July 2003) who studies in Woodstock School and Shiv (born 8 Jan 2009).
|Year||Album||Music Video||Other notes|
|1996||Lal Garara||Lal Garara||Hans Raj Hans|
|2000||Dance Attack - Featuring Cheshire Cat||Mera Laung Gawacha (Remix)||Bally Sagoo|
|1998||Humse Badhkar Kaun||Venee||Hindi|
|1999||Dulhan Banoo Main Teri||Radha 'Rani' D. Rai||Hindi|
|1999||Hum Tum Pe Marte Hain||Hum Banjaare item number||Hindi|
|1999||Ganga Ki Kasam||Geeta||Hindi|
|1999||Kaama||Tamil/ Telugu/ Hindi|
|2001||Chori Chori Chupke Chupke||Dancer at Ghod Bharai||Hindi|
|2002||Agni Varsha||Dancer ('Chal Re Sajan')||Hindi|
|2004||Rok Sako To Rok Lo||Dev's Bhabhi||Hindi|
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