Bollywood is a tough industry, taking a career at the top is not that easy task. It needs significant hard work, contacts and most importantly, talent to survive in this highly-competitive glamorous industry. Many people come and go and the audience tends to forget them as they only showed up in a few movies. In this article, we will talk about a diva who said goodbye to Bollywood after doing a couple of movies — Tulip Joshi. Let’s have a look at some rare facts about this Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai actress.
Tulip’s father is Gujarati and mother Armenian. Tulip did her schooling from Jamnabai Narsi School. After this, she achieved her masters from Vivek College, Mumbai.
Tulip took part in Miss India in the year 2000. Although she didn’t win the title, she got a huge popularity and after that, she signed a coupled of TV ads. Yash Raj Films noticed Tulip’s desire for coming into Bollywood. In 2002, she made her Bollywood debut with the film Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai.
In that movie, Tulip was paired with Jimmy Shergill. The movie also starred Uday Chopra and Bipasha Basu. This film didn’t perform well on the box office but it made her a noticeable face in Bollywood. After this, Tulip did the film Dil Maange More with Shahid Kapoor.
Tulip showed up in many films like ‘Crucial Days’, ‘Kabhi Kahin Superstar’, ‘Cheat’, ‘Runway’ and ‘Daddy Cool’. Her last movie was a Punjabi treat ‘Jatt Airways’. After that, she said goodbye to the cine business and started a new chapter of her life.
Tulip is hitched to Captain Vinod Nair, an army man and author of ‘Pride of Lions’. Vinod served the Indian Army for a long time between 1989 and 1995. He was in the nineteenth Battalion of the Punjab Regiment. From that point onward, he left the military and arrived again in Mumbai. In 2007, he started a training and organization counseling office. Tulip presently handles her 600 crores (approx) organization along with her husband.