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      Star Parivaar Awards 2015: Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’s Divyanka Tripathi Loses Expensive Jewellery!


      The 15th edition of Star Parivaar Awards (SPA) 2015 was a starry night as many television celebrities walked the red carpet. The awards which was held on 17th May at Dome@NSCI SVP stadium in Mumbai was hosted by Karan Patel, Priyansh Jora and Sonia Balani.

      The event was a grand success despite few problems that created tension. One such problem was Yeh Hai Mohabbatein's Divyanka Tripathi who was given a tough song though she was injured. Later the organisers changed the song and her co-star Karan joined her in the romantic dance moves.

      Not only this, Divyanka's expensive jewellery were also stolen during the event. These jewelleries were sponsored by one of her friends. Divyanka also said that her friend was eager to see her performing in those jewelleries.

      The actress also added that she wouldn't have cared if it was her own but since it was sponsored by her friend and she lost them, she was disappointed.

      Divyanka was quoted by Daily Bhasker as saying, "Yes, it is true and honestly, I am feeling so bad after this incident happened. First of all, the management was so bad that you cannot understand whom to blame and who not. I was given such a small vanity van which had a single lock. There were so many expensive stuffs inside my vanity and those jewelries were one of them. I felt like, it just got misplaced under my eyes."

      Some of the stars who graced the event are, Nach Baliye couples like Upen Patel and Karishma Tanna, Nandish-Rashmi Desai, Himmanshoo Malhotra and Amruta Khanvilkar, one of the judges Chetan Bhagat, YHM's Divyanka Tripathi, Diya Aur Baati Hum's Deepika Singh, YRKKH's Hina Khan, Karan Mehra, couple Rithivik and Asha, including many others.

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