Sneha Ullal Biography :
Born: December 18, 1987
Age : 27
Birthplace : Muscat, Oman
Height: 1.70 m
Spouse: Yogesh Patil
Sneha Ullal is a well known actress of Bollywood and Tollywood (South Indian Cinema) Industry. She was born and brought in Hyderabad in 1987 in a South Indian father and Sindhi mother family. She did her schooling from Indian School, Muscat and later went to Indian School, Salalah in Oman and finally completed her schooling from Durelo Convent High School. After her school, she headed to Vartak College to complete her graduation. During her student life only, she got the offer for her first Bollywood movie Lucky: No Time For Love, which was none other than the big star of B Town- Salman Khan.
This made her popular among the new faces and was referred mostly for her striking similarities in appearance with the former Miss World and Salman’s ex girlfriend – Aishwarya Rai. This comparison though did’nt help her much in her career, but it certainly helped in getting a recognition in the B Town. Her next film was Aryan, which was in opposite to Sohail Khan, which performed bad over the Box Office. Considering her young age entry into Bollywood, she preferred taking a break from B Town to grow up and turn mature for the competitive movies. She then headed to her hometown to do a Telugu film called Ullasamga Utsahamga.
The film was a big hit, which helped to carve her niche in her acting career. This was followed by another film called Nenu Meeku Telusa. It was then followed by another Telugu movie called Nuvvu wherein she did her special appearance in one of its song opposite Nagarjuna. Some of her Bollywood movies include Click, Kaashh… Mere sizzlinge , and Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro, while Telugu movies include Current, Varudu, Simha, Ala Modalaindi, etc. Some of her recent movies include Action 3D, Most Welcome, Devi, and Gandhi Park. Her upcoming movies include Bollywood films -Bezubaan Ishq and Bablu, while one Telugu movie called Antha Nee Mayalone. As far as her awards are concerned, she managed to get one in South Indian Cinema for debut category.