She is probably the biggest star of Indian television currently. Her Instagram followers’ list is the longest than any small screen actor right now.
Her show Ye Hai Mohabbatein, that is 4 years and more than 1500 episodes old, has made her unforgettable and immortal as the righteous ‘Ishima’ within India and beyond. It is not required to elaborate at all about how great she is as an actor on screen.
She has as many lovers as well as haters on the cyber world but regardless, the general public there is aware that if she is saying something, it’s worth hearing.
Divyanka Tripathi, is not only a fine actress but she is very articulate and rightly opinionated about the social issues around us.
Take for example her views that she had delivered on a child abuse case. She has that feature of adding human emotions to issues targetting you and hitting you at the right spot.
Whether her tweets on a social issue or the numerous potholes on Mumbai roads, she has the right words to say about things.
She is again one of those rare artists who is socially aware and what she says doesn’t appear like something she said because she had to say, but she said it because she felt disturbed or because she wanted to say.
An actor with immense reach like that of Divyanka Tripathi, knows how to make is useful and while doing so she rightly is showered with immense love and respect from audience of all generations and across boundaries.