Sneha Ullal, best remembered for 'Lucky: No Time For Love', her debut film with Salman Khan in 2005, is back to Hindi films after a long gap with 'Bezubaan Ishq'. She admits she is nervous.
"I never wanted to be an actress back then, so I never felt any pressure. I didn't have anything to prove.
"But now, I need to prove myself as an actor. So now I am feeling that pressure and nervousness. I wish I had this feeling back then. Not many actors get to make a comeback, so I am really lucky in that sense," Sneha told IANS.
Post 'Lucky: No Time For Love', Sneha did few more movies, but nothing created magic on box office. She made her way into Telugu films, where she found much needed boost to her career.
Directed by Jashwant Gangani and presented and produced by CJ Gadara and Dinesh Likhiya, the film also stars Mugdha Godse playing an important role.
SRK-Gauri anniversary: B-Town stars and their non-filmi better halves
Birthday special: Popular mothers and daughters in Bollywood
Spotted: 'Kaabil' star Hrithik Roshan with dad Rakesh Roshan
'Rock On 2' trailer launch: Farhan, Shraddha enthrall audience with live gig
Photos: Deepika Padukone, Sushmita Sen with daughters at Mumbai airport