Lucky No Time For Love Actress Sneha Ullal Calls Comparisons To Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's Looks As 'PR Strategy'

Actress Sneha Ullal became famous among the masses for her uncanny resemblance to beauty queen Aishwarya Rai. Now, the Lucky No Time For Love has spoken up on the comparison

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Lucky No Time For Love Actress Sneha Ullal Calls Comparisons To Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's Looks As 'PR Strategy'
Sneha Ullal who entered Bollywood with Salman Khan's film Lucky: No Time For Love became instantly famous for her uncanny resemblance to beauty queen Aishwarya Rai. Sneha Ullal's sharp features did remind fans of Aishwarya, however, her Bollywood career could not be as shining and prosperous as the Miss World 1994. Now, after years of making her debut, Sneha Ullal has spoken up on audiences comparing her looks to that of Aishwarya and stated that she is comfortable in her own skin. But she also mentioned that projecting her as a lookalike of Aishwarya was a PR Strategy.

To news agency IANS, Sneha was quoted saying that she wasn’t bothered by the comparisons. “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 said,

She also spoke about starting her career at a very early age and sort of regretting it. She was quoted saying, "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."

Sneha Ullal is now looking forward to making her digital debut with a thriller called Expiry Date on Zee5. She is making a comeback to acting after quite a while.  (Also Read: Sneha Ullal And Her Beau Avi Mittal Call It Quits?)




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