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Funny Story behind Actress Ntasha Bhardwaj’s name

Actually Ntasha is a short form of Nikki Tasha. The reason being that my parents were in America and we were told that having a Russian name in US may create some problems, so my name became Ntasha. Even my sister is Tanya which is an abbreviated form of Tatanya!

Shocking Story – When Anchal Sabharwal met with an accident

I remember once we were passing an old bridge. It was two floors above the ground. I was the one, who kept telling everyone to be careful about walking over it, and ironically one of the wooden logs broke under my foot, and I fell in the gap hanging out for my life! It was a really scary situation.

Motivational Story – When Hema Malini said something great about Sunny Deol

Everyone wonders what kind of a relationship we (Sunny and I) are having. It is very beautiful and cordial. Whenever it is necessary he (Sunny) is always there, along with Dharamji, especially when this accident happened. He (Sunny) was the first person to come and see me at home and he saw that the right doctor is there for the stitches that were done on my face. I was really taken aback to see him showing so much interest. That shows what kind of a relationship we are having.

Story of Smita Patil and Shabana Azmi’s – Who never became friends

Smita and Shabana Azmi had passed out from the same college and did same kind of movies. In an interview Shabana said, Smita and “I never became friends”. But added that, “We has so much in common – we came from similar background and were launched by the same director and worked in same kind of cinema.” They worked together in select movies like Mandi, Arth and Nishant. In Mahesh Bhatt’s Arth (1982), Smita showed excellent acting as a schizophrenic patient. Mandi was released in 1983, where she played a role of prostitute.

Amazing Story – This is why successful Model & Actress Deepika Padukone could not complete her graduation

I haven’t gone to college. I just managed to finish my 11th and 12th (standards) also because by then I had become a successful model. And while I lived in Bengaluru, I still had to go to Mumbai and Delhi a lot of times for work. Then I tried doing my first year of degree, (but) I couldn’t do that. I tried distance education, I couldn’t do that as well. So, I am just 12th pass and my parents had a lot of issues with it back then.

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