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Published on 21 Mar 2012 | over 6 years ago

Singer - Sadhana Sargam , Music - Viju Shah
Starring - Divya Bharati Sunny Deol Naseeruddin Shah Chunky Pandey Sonam

Vishwatma is a 1992 Indian action film directed by Rajiv Rai. This film marked the Hindi film debut of the late actress Divya Bharti and Jyotsna Singh who did not appear in any other films after this. The film was a boxoffice success. The music of the film was very successful especially the song "Saat Samundar" which became a favorite and gave Divya Bharti the limelight into Bollywood.


Naseeruddin Shah ... Suryapratap Singh
Sunny Deol ... Brother deol Prabhat Singh
Chunky Pandey ... Akash Bharadwaj
Sonam (actress) ... Renuka (Suryapratab's girlfriend)
Divya Bharti .... Kusum (Prabhat's girlfriend)
Jyotsna Singh ... Soniya (Akash's girlfriend and Ajgar's daughter)
Raza Murad ...Commissioner Pandey
Gulshan Grover ... Tapasvi Gunjal (Ajghar's henchman and fiancee of Soniya)
Amrish Puri ... Ajghar Jurrat
Dalip Tahil ... ACP Gupta
Sharat Saxena ... Commissioner B.L. Roy
Tej Sapru ... Bada Nilu
Mahesh Anand ... Rajnath
Dan Dhanoa ... Majhla Nilu
Master Manjunath .....Babu
Anand Balraj ... Chhota Nilu
Alok Nath ... Prabhat's father
Aparajita ... Prabhat's mother
Sanjay Kohli ... Inspector Balbir Govot
Rajesh Vivek ... Dacoit Manohar Dev
Vijay Arora ... Central Jailler
Kiran Kumar... Nagdansh Jurrat (Ajgar's Son)

Divya Bharti (25 February 1974 -- 5 April 1993) was an Indian film actress. She started her career in the South film industry with the 1990 Telugu film Bobbili Raja. After several other hits in the South, she entered Hindi films with Vishwatma in 1992, for which she earned accolades for her performance in the song Saat Samundar Paar. She appeared in more than 14 Hindi films between 1992 and 1993. Her career was cut short by her death on 5 April 1993, when she fell from her apartment building.[1] The investigation into the circumstances of her death was closed in 1998.
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