Actress Tulip Joshi made her dream debut in Bollywood with YRF's 'Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai' in 2002 (Left/Pic: YouTube). She is now married to Captain Vinod Nair (Right/Pic: Tulip Joshi's Instagram account)
Despite being launched by one of the biggest banners in Bollywood, Tulip Joshi failed to make it big in showbiz (All pictures courtesy: Tulip Joshi's Instagram and Facebook account)
On International Yoga Day this year, Tulip Joshi turned yogini and launched a YouTube channel named 'Eternal Yogi'
Tulip Joshi now runs a multi-crore company Kimmaya Consulting along with her husband Captain Vinod Nair
Tulip Joshi and her husband Captain Vinod Nair are directors of the firm Kimmaya Consulting
Tulip Joshi recently celebrated her 38th birthday on September 11
Tulip Joshi was born and brought up in Mumbai
Tulip Joshi's father is a Gujarati and her mother is Armenian
Tulip Joshi attended the Jamnabai Narsee School in Mumbai
Tulip Joshi graduated majoring in food science and chemistry
Tulip Joshi participated in Femina Miss India in 2000
Tulip Joshi didn't make it to the list of Femina Miss India 2000 finalists, but she caught attention of many ad agencies at the event
Before stepping into Bollywood, Tulip Joshi appeared in several commercials of big brands
Tulip Joshi has also appeared in a video that was a tribute to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Tulip Joshi was not fluent in Hindi. She worked on her Hindi diction for her Bollywood debut
Tulip Joshi was apparently advised by filmmakers to change her name to something more Indian
Tulip Joshi was reportedly told that audiences might have difficulty in accepting a heroine with such an unconventional name
Tulip Joshi's Bollywood debut 'Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai' fared well at the box office, but her performance was panned by the critics
After a two-year hiatus, Tulip Joshi was seen in 'Matrubhoomi'
Tulip Joshi's performance in 'Matrubhoomi' was praised
Tulip Joshi next played a suicide bomber in 'Dhoka'
Tulip Joshi was also seen in the Telugu film 'Villain'
Tulip Joshi was also seen in 'Dil Maange More' with Shahid Kapoor, Ayesha Takia and Soha Ali Khan
Tulip Joshi starred in Punjabi film 'Jag Jeondeyan De Mele' with Harbhajan Maan in 2009
Tulip Joshi was also seen with Harbhajan Mann in 2011 Punjabi film 'Yaara O Dildaara'
Tulip Joshi's 2010 Kannada film 'Super' was a hit
Tulip Joshi was also seen in Punjabi film 'Jatt Airways' in 2013
Tulip Joshi's husband Captain Vinod Nair served the Indian Army as a commissioned officer for six years and during his tenure, he was part of High-Risk Missions along the line of control in Jammu and Kashmir
Captain Vinod Nair had also participated in 'Khatron Ke Khiladi' that was hosted by Akshay Kumar
Tulip Joshi was last seen in TV show 'Airlines'