Divya Dutta was born 25 September 1977, she is an Indian film actress and model. She has established a no-hit career in film industry and Punjabi cinema, however has additionally appeared in South Dravidian and English films.
She is noted for playing a wide variety of character roles in various film genres, She has won more than 25 awards in the Film Industry including Zee Cine awards for best supporting role in “Veer Zaara” and IIFA award for best supporting actress in “Delhi6”.She has been nominated for Filmfare and Star Screen award twice. she won star sabse favorite kaun award for her role in Welcome to sajjanpur.She has worked in additional than sixty movies and better-known} actor known in screenland.She has also worked in international movies and was seen in video of “Romeo” by a celebrated house music couple from London, England, Basement Jaxx.
A little boy has visions. He knows things about a doctor (Dutta) whose husband (Agashe) has been missing for ten days. He knows things about a cop (Kulkarni) who is investigating the disappearance.What are these secrets? How square measure the deaths of a girl in Varanasi and a person in urban center connected? There seems to be enough meat within the story for associate degree absorbing who-dun-it.
But 706 turns out to be one more of those terrible could-have-beens. Ill-constructed scenes square measure cumulated with characters explaining their each move. A romantic angle is bunged in, with the popping up of a neurotic depressive (Bakhirta), and the lines keep getting increasingly more bizarre.When a noted doctor goes missing for 11 days, a 10-year-old patient his married woman (who is additionally a doctor) comes forward and makes some surprising revelations.As the story unfolds, it’s disclosed that each one the characters within the film have secrets of their own that come to one specific sleeping room in dominion Bombay.
Dr Anil Asthana (Mohan Agashe) disappears under mysterious circumstances and within 11 days of his much publicised disappearance, Dr Asthana’s psychiatrist wife Dr Suman Asthana (Divya Dutta) is forced into meeting a child (Yashvit Sancheti) with an unknown medical condition, who turns out to know a lot more than he is leading on. Had it not been for the e-ticketing portals, the audience would have struggled to successfully identify the genre of this movie – yes, it is that haphazard. From magic and reincarnation to paranormal components and eternal love, the director of the movie, Shravan Kumar, seems to have tried it all but nothing really works.The cinematography reeks of unpreparedness and the pace of the scenes and sequences at a pace slower than the slowest thing imaginable.
Veteran actors like Atul Kulkarni and Divya Dutta try, but even they look visibly lost and disinterested after a point. The story has been stretched on the far side painful lengths and may be a summation of all things eccentric. And, defies logic and how. For example, simply every day when it’s disclosed that the doctor is dead, all the opposite characters act covering up their own sins and no-one extremely makes an effort to find out why the doctor meets with his untimely demise.The child actor is definitely not ready to take on the role of a catalyst in the film and the same goes for the director and screenwriter as well. The only mystery that must be unbarred is why was ‘706’ created within the 1st place.