Sneha Ulla shares a pictures in social media and people call her as Aishwarya ka Xerox. The social media attention of Actor Sneha Ullal was given to her likeness to the superstar of Bollywood Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
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A number of her photographs are on the internet and, looking at the snapshots, many nets feel that in her early days in the movie industry they were reminded of Aishwarya.
Sneha Ullal recently shared a black and white picture of herself dressed in lehenga with a covered head and reminded Aish’s fans instantly.
Sneha Ullal, who was seen in Lucky: No Love Time with Salman Khan, had “Aishwarya rai Xerox” messages while one wrote, “Full Ash” “Have you been taking Xerox from your face or what you look like Aishwarya Rai,” the third user wrote.
Netizens say that Sneha Ullal is a copy of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Sneha Ullal told an entertainment portal one year after her debut, “I am a great admirer of Aishwarya Rai for her film work and her achievements, but I’m not so glad, to be honest, to be seen for me. I want my own personality.
If I look like her, what can I do? I don’t want to be, but my looks can’t change now. I like my own work and achievements to be known and recognised. In the 2005 Hindi movie Lucky: No Time for Love opposite Salman Khan, Ullal made her film debut.
After the film, she became noticed with Aishwarya Rai for her striking similarities. She said later that while the comparison was not helpful for her as an actor, she was very much applauded.
Ullal then appeared at the Box Office in Aryan with Khan’s brother Sohail Khan. She took a break from Bollywood in fear of being too young and more mature to work in movies. She made her debut with Ullasamga, who turned out to be an enormous hit, in Telugu movies.
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