Mamta Kulkarni’s 49th Birthday: Mamta Kulkarni was one of the most glamorous actresses of the 90s
Actress Mamta Kulkarni, who has made headlines by working in films like ‘Aashiq Awara’, ‘Karan-Arjun’, has turned 49 years old. Mamta was born on 20 April 1972 in a Marathi family in Mumbai. However, in the Bollywood industry, Mamata, who was identified as a sex symbol in the 90s, has now become a sadhvi. Mamta, who has been away from the limelight for the last two decades, has now chosen the path of spirituality. In 2013, one of his books has also been released.
Started career with Tamil film
In 1991, Mamta started her career with the Tamil film ‘Nunbargal’. He made his debut in B-Town in 1992 with the film ‘Tiranga’. The 1993 film ‘Aashiq Awara’ made Mamta a star. For this film, he was awarded the ‘Filmfare New Face’ Award. After this, she appeared in films like ‘Time is ours’, ‘Krantivir’, ‘Karan Arjun’, ‘Baji’. His last release film Kabhi Tum Kabhi Hum was released in the year 2002.
Mamta’s relationship with controversies
Mamta, who has screened with big stars like Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Ajay Devgan, Anil Kapoor, got into controversy when she got a topless photoshoot for Stardust magazine in 1993. At the same time, director Rajkumar Santoshi took Mamta as the lead actress in the film ‘China Gate’.
After the initial feud, Santoshi wanted to take Mamta out of the film. According to the news, after the pressure from the underworld increased, he was cast in the film. However, the film proved to be a flop, and later Mamta also accused Santoshi of sexual harassment.
Married to the drug mafia
According to media reports, Mamta Kulkarni married Vicky Goswami, an underworld drug mafia based in Dubai. However, Mamta always referred to the news of her marriage as a rumor. According to Mamta, “I was never married nor married now. It is true that I love Vicky, but she would also know that my first love is now God.”
Mamta Kulkarni, who once made headlines with her glamorous and bold style, has now become a sadhvi. Leaving the streets of Bollywood, she has now started walking on the path of spirituality. In 2013, he released his book ‘Autobiography of a Yogini’. During this, Mamta Kulkarni, while stating the reason for saying goodbye to the film world, had said, ‘Some people are born for the works of the world, while some are born for God. I too have been born to God. ‘