New Delhi: There are many Bollywood stars who tried to make a mark in the industry, but could not succeed in their efforts. Such actors and actresses, despite working in many films, failed to make a place in the hearts of the audience. Today we are going to tell about an actress of the 2000s who struggled hard for 10 years to make a mark in the industry, but unfortunately she could not taste success.
The actress we are talking about today is Tulip Joshi. He entered the world of acting in the year 2002 with the film ‘Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai’. This actress was seen with many stars in this film. In the film ‘Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai’ based on the triangle love story, veteran filmmaker Yash Chopra’s younger son Uday Chopra and actor Jimmy Shergill were seen opposite Tulip Joshi.
The song ‘Sharara Sharara’ of this film became very popular among the audience. This song was filmed on Shilpa Shetty’s younger sister Shamita Shetty and this song was one of the most memorable projects of the actress’s career. Now if we talk about the film’s lead actress Tulip Joshi, her acting in this film received mixed response from the audience and the film performed well at the box office.
Movies proved to be back-to-back disasters
After entering the industry with ‘Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai’, Tulip Joshi was seen in the film ‘Matrubhoomi’ in 2003 and this film flopped badly at the box office. The actress got a big shock when ‘Mathrubhoomi’ was declared a disaster. She recovered from the shock that her three films back-to-back proved to be disasters at the box office.
Actress became by luckThe series of flop films of the actress continued for years and not a single film of hers could get the tag of hit at the box-office. Apart from Hindi films, Tulip Joshi has worked in Kannada, Punjabi, Telugu and Malayalam films. Very few people are aware that Tulip Joshi became an actress by luck.
Following Yash Chopra’s advice, she became an actressActually, she was a friend of the ex-wife of Yash Chopra’s elder son Aditya Chopra and Yash Chopra’s eyes fell on her at Aditya Chopra’s wedding itself. On the advice of the film producer, Tulip decided to enter films and auditioned for ‘Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai’. Yash Chopra and Aditya Chopra liked him at the very first try and signed him for the film.
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Seen in Salman’s filmThe actress was last seen in Salman Khan and Daisy Shah’s film ‘Jai Ho’ in 2014, after which she distanced herself from the world of films. Tulip Joshi has been living a simple life away from limelight for the last 8 years.