You Won’t Believe: These 5 TV Actresses have Worked In B-Grade Movies..Number Three Will Shock You
Money can make anyone to do anything as it matters a lot. It is not the matter of a person’s richness or poorness. A person with less money is always willing to earn more and even a person with sufficient amount of money also wants to have more and more ‘Rokda’.
This trend of earning a big amount of money has been followed in entertainment industry since a very long time. There are some Television actresses who have crossed all the limits just to earn a big amount of money. Yes, they starred in cheap B- grade movies. So today we will let you to come across the top 5 TV actresses who appeared in low grade movies.
Star Plus hit show ‘Kasauti Zindagi ki’ fame Kamolika is in the list of B- grade movie actresses. After the ending of serial Kasauti..Urvashi was no longer visible on the small screen. But everyone is aware about the fact that she had done several B-grade movies like Swapnam which had some really steamy scenes.
A very famous household name Tapasya aka Tappu which appeared in colors show ‘Uttaran,’has stolen many hearts by her innocent face and fantastic acting but very less of us are aware about the secret of Rashmi Desai’s earlier life. Yes, Rashmi has also acted in a number of cheap B grade movies to earn money.
‘Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chasma’ fame Disha Vakani, properly known as Daya Ben is also in the this list. Yes, the sweet and innocent Daya Ben have been appeared in many hot scenes of B- grade movies.
Sambhavna Seth came into limelight when she entered the Bigg Boss house in season 2. She has done a number of popular item numbers and even starred in many Bhojpuri films. But before all of that, she used to do B-grade movies for livelihood.
Sana Khan who worked in Bollywood movie “Wajah Tum Ho” and also got into famous Tv reality show “Big Boss” and “Fear Factor” has also done her share of hot movies. Before getting success in Television or Bollywood, she worked in hot B-grade movies such as ‘Yeh Hai high Society’ and ‘Climax.’