11 September 1979 |
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|Spouse(s)||Captain (retd.) Vinod Nair|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
Joshi was born in Mumbai to a Gujarati Indian father and Armenian mother. She was brought up in Mumbai where she attended the Jamnabai Narsee School, and later Vivek College from where she graduated majoring food science and chemistry.
Tulip entered the Femina Miss India in 2000. She did not make it to the list of winners but was noticed by many advertising agencies. She appeared in a number of advertising campaigns for big brands (Ponds, Pepsi, Siyaram, BPL, Smirnoff, Tata Sky mobile TV, etc.). She also appeared in a video made as a tribute to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
Joshi entered movies quite by chance. She was a friend of the bride of Aditya Chopra, the son of director Yash Chopra. The family noticed her at their wedding and asked her to appear for an audition, following which they cast her in Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai. Not being fluent in Hindi, she trained in Hindi diction and in acting at Feroz Khan's studio. She was also advised by the film-makers to change her name to something more Indian, as audiences might have difficulty in accepting a heroine with such an unconventional name. She chose the name Sanjana, she was playing the character of Anjali in that film. The film was quite a success. Despite the good reviews and success, Tulip was heavily panned for her acting.
After a two-year hiatus, she reappeared in Matrubhoomi - a dark film about a futuristic world with almost no women. Her performance in it was praised and established her credibility as an actress. Dhoka movie also gave her some recognition.
Reverting to her given name, Tulip next appeared in the Telugu film Villain. Her next Hindi movie was Dil Maange More with Shahid Kapoor, Ayesha Takia and Soha Ali Khan. The film got average reviews but it was not a box office success.
She appeared in her first Punjabi film in 2009 called Jag Jeondeyan De Mele with famous Punjabi singer and actor, Harbhajan Maan. She again acted with Harbhajan Mann in 2011 in Yaara O Dildaara, the Punjabi movie.
|2002||Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai||Anjali Sharma||Hindi||Hindi debut movie. Credited as Sanjana|
|2003||Villain||Telugu||Telugu debut movie. Remake of Tamil Villain|
|2004||Dil Maange More||Sara||Hindi|
|2007||Mission 90 Days||Anitha||Malayalam||credited as Tulip Joshy|
|Dhokha||Sarha P. Bux / Sarha Z. Khan||Hindi|
|Jag Jeondeyan De Mele||Mitro / Ekam||Punjabi|
|Nischay Kar Apni Jeet Karoon||Sara||English, Punjabi|||
|Yaara o Dildaara||Dr. Aman||Punjabi|
|Be Careful||Item song||Hindi||Kavita|
|I Am Singh||Sara Hasan||Hindi|
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