July 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Divya Seth Shah is an Indian film and television actress, who started her career with TV serial Hum Log , playing Majhli. She is the daughter of actress Sushma Seth and Dhruv Seth.
Divya Seth Shah is an Indian film and television actress, who started her career with TV serial Hum Log, playing Majhli. She is the daughter of actress Sushma Seth and Dhruv Seth. She has done theatre with Barry John in Delhi, television shows and films like Jab We Met.
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Actress Divya Seth inaugurated the Camlin Studio. Camlin Art & Craft Studio at KidZania in Mumbai, and receiving overwhelming response from the children there, Kokuyo Camlin has decided to recreate the same experience for the children around Delhi and the NCR by launching the second Camlin Art & Craft and Painting Studio at KidZania at Noida.
Diya Aur Baati Hum (transl. You are the lamp and I am the wick) is an Indian television soap opera that aired on Star Plus from 29 August 2011 to 10 September 2016 with a total of 1,487 episodes. 
Divya Seth as Rupvanti a. k. a. Majhli, aspiring to be an actress Loveleen Mishra as Preeti a.k.a. Chhutki, aspiring to be a doctor Lahiri Singh as Dadaji: retired military man and the grandfather
Some Lesser Known Facts About Harsh Nagar . Harsh Nagar is an Indian film and television actor. He was born in the family of Surendra Singh Nagar (Member of Parliament, Noida), Lakhi Ram Nagar (Minister of Irrigation in the Government of Uttar Pradesh), and Malook Nagar (Industrialist, Politician from Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh).