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Divya Dutta is moved by the plight of senior citizens in the country. She wrote a piece in a newspaper and was overwhelmed by the messages and mails from senior citizens thanking her for bringing attention to them and their space in society.

Actor Divya Dutta might have won her first National Award only now, but the Badlapur and Blackmail actor has always been a darling of the critics.

Divya Dutta has carved a niche for herself with performances in films such as Delhi-6 (2009), Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013), Badlapur (2015), and the recent Blackmail.

Actor Divya Dutta has been a favourite with the critics and the audience - be it the heartwrenching role of Farhan Akhtar's sister in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013), playing a teacher in Stanley Ka Dabba (2011), or the antagonist in Chalk n Duster (2016).

Actor Divya Dutta feels that her reaction to one of actor Kangana Ranaut's recent interviews was not taken in the right manner, and says that she's only happy at the success of her contemporaries.

Looks like Divya Dutta is on a career high. Films like Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (2013) and Badlapur have got the actor critical acclaim, and now, she has a couple of other interesting projects in the pipeline.

Actor Divya Dutta wants her film projects to exhaust her creatively so she can give her 100% to each character that she performs.

Actress Divya Dutta has been a part of the film industry from past 23 years. She has been seen playing vivid roles.

Actor Divya Dutta is a favourite of both audience and critics. She feels blessed to have good audience, who gave her the freedom to try new roles and not typecast her in her projects.

While many actors may find it tough to switch from one film to another, Divya Dutta says that she loves this bit about her profession.

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