Salman Khan’s ‘Lucky’ Co-Star Sneha Ullal Opens Up About Being Compared To Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

    Salman Khan’s ‘Lucky’ Co-Star Sneha Ullal Opens Up About Being Compared To Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

    Sneha Ullal Opens Up On Comparisons With Aishwarya

    Salman Khan’s ‘Lucky’ Co-Star Sneha Ullal Opens Up About Being Compared To Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

    Fifteen years ago, superstar Salman Khan introduced movie lovers and Bollywood to a new face with his 2005 romantic film Lucky: No Time for Love. Actress Sneha Ullal left us smitten with her charming smile, pretty face and adorable chemistry with Salman. However, rather than her acting skills she made headlines because of comparisons with Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan due to their resemblance. Well in a recent interview, Sneha revealed that it was a PR strategy.

    Talking to Mid Day about the comparisons, Sneha stated, “I am so comfortable in my own skin and all those comparisons didn't bother me. Also, that was also their PR strategy on how to describe me. That thing actually emphasised the entire comparison. Otherwise, it may not have been such a big deal.” She went on to add, “I don't have regrets in my life, but I feel I started my acting career too early. If I waited, maybe I could have trained myself better or understood the importance of things better.”

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    Well, Sneha recently made her digital debut with Zee5’s web show Expiry Date, which premiered on 2nd October . It’s been 15 years and the actress was a little nervous before she began shooting, as it’s a new medium for her and she was acting after a while. However, when she reached the set, all these thoughts disappeared and she gave it her best.



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