Actor Gayatri Joshi, who was once clear in Shah Rukh Khan-starrer ‘Swades’, met with a automotive crash hour travelling in Italy together with her husband Vikas Oberoi.
Gayatri and her husband have been on a sleep in Sardina when this crash took park. Gayatri and Vikas’ automotive reportedly collided with a number of automobiles and a camper automotive.
As in step with Vikas Oberoi’s supervisor the couple is doing advantageous.
The incident happened right through the Sardinia Supercar Excursion, which includes a luxurious automotive parade from Teulada to Olbia.
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Gayatri and her husband have been using their Lamborghini when their luxurious automotive collided with a Ferrari and a camper van.
Reportedly this ended in an tumble on a rural highway in Sardinia, and several other cars crashed. As in step with media reviews the Ferrari stuck fireplace, killing the passengers, Melissa Krautli, 63, and Markus Krautli, 67. The couple was once in the beginning from Switzerland.
Gayatri Joshi, who was once born in Nagpur, Maharashtra, started her profession as a video jockey. She departed later that to move later her function of changing into the Femina Bharat good looks festival winner. She represented Bharat at Leave out Global 2000 later profitable the Femina Leave out Bharat Global identify in 2000. She starred in Ashutosh Gowariker’s directorial 2004 film ‘Swades’, which is all about an NRI NASA engineer who visits his Indian roots. The film gained sure critiques, and Gayatri Joshi was once praised for her “mature” portrayal.
In 2005, she attach the knot with businessman Vikas Oberoi. She has additionally labored as an promoting style and seemed in quite a few track movies, together with Hans Raj Hans’ ‘Jhanjaria and ‘Kaghaz Ki Kashti’ through Jagjit Singh.
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