Jul 29, 2008

Telugu Actress SNEHA ULLAL Mini Biography

T he pretty Sneha Ullal was thrilled playing contrasting roles in Telugu and looks for a promising career down South despite two Hindi films in her kitty

Sneha Ullal plays a lover girl in her maiden Telugu film Ullasanga Utsahanga and an upright cop in her other film Nenu Meeku Telusa. From a cute lover girl to a fiery cop in Telugu and then a horror and comedy in Hindi to boot, she sure has variety on her plate. This Mangalore-girl is determined to park herself down South, and tells us that she dislikes skin-show and frequent clubbing, but does visit clubs occasionally to unwind. She has discovered good friends in co-stars Manoj and Yasho and wants to do more family entertainers.

She was biding her time before director Karunakaran impressed her with a cute love story and everything else fell in place. "It was a wonderful role coupled with an equally exciting theme," reveals the pretty lady. "It wasn't the usual love triangle since the director treated it in a very novel way," clarifies Sneha who thanked the director for extracting creditable performance from her despite being a role with multiple shades.

Far away from this timid role, she would be playing a fiery cop in her other film Nenu Meeku Telusa. "I even did some stunts for the film," informs Sneha excitedly and believes that her co-star Manoj's daredevil action will be the USP of the film besides its unpredictable twists and turns. "Ajay Shastri's unique plot and racy narration will grip the audience," opines the promising actress who will be launched in Tamil as well, since the action adventure is touted to be a bilingual.

In Bollywood, she is doing a horror movie with director Sangeeth Sivan and a kidnap comedy with filmmaker Ashok Tyagi. "Both are interesting and challenging but I want to make a career in films down South," announces the actress who sounded reluctant to divulge more about her Hindi outings.

Though most of Sneha's friends are in Mumbai, she tells us about her two pals in Hyderabad, who are none other than her co-stars Manoj and Yasho. "Manoj is a good friend and it was also great working with such a proficient actor," says Sneha who also found a pal in her other co-star Yasho and had a smooth-sailing professional relationship with the debutant.

So, how do you manage work and fun? "It just needs a bit of planning, though it is difficult, it's not impossible," opines the thorough professional who dislikes frequent clubbing but prefer to hit the floor occasionally with just close friends. Most times though she is content spending time with her family. She also adds, "I just hate too much skin-show and would never do it just for few more bucks," concludes the girl who loves to be associated with films that cater to entire family. Point taken.