Second coming for Sneha Ullal
Apparently, Salman Khan will give his once upon a time discovery Sneha Ullal another chance to make it big in Bollywood
In the year 2005, actress Sneha Ullal made her debut with Salman Khan in 'Lucky –No Time For Love', only to follow it up with a couple of Hindi films. She then focussed on making a mark in south India by starring in Telugu films. Word has it that the actress is now keen to make a comeback in Bollywood.
A source says that the actress, who made an appearance at the Mumbai Heroes vs Chennai Rhinos match over the weekend, will be given another chance by Salman Khan. “It was after a long time that Sneha was attending a social event in Mumbai.
Like most of Salman’s discoveries, she made it a point to hang out with his friends and family. She gave him company throughout the event and stayed on till the match was over. One heard her telling people that Salman may re-launch her but we have no additional details,” adds the source.
Besides Sneha, Salman’s Jai Ho co-star Daisy Shah and actress Huma Qureshi too were present at the match. “Salman was in a jovial mood when he arrived at the stadium. He shook a leg with Yo Yo Honey Singh. During this performance, he asked Sneha to join him on stage. She, however, declined his request,” says an onlooker at the event.
Salman’s manager didn’t reply to our messages.
If sources from the industry are to be believed, Elli Avram has been finalised by Salman Khan for a film. Details about the film are still awaited but the source informs us that Salman Khan has told his company that Elli will be working with him in a film.
Elli, who shot to fame with the reality show 'Bigg Boss', has been Salman’s favorite both on and off the show. Her deb’ut film, 'Mickey Virus', had released while she was still inside the 'Bigg Boss' house.
“Elli is being approached by other filmmakers and Salman has put in a word for her as well. Now it has emerged that Elli will do a film with Salman,” says the source.
When contacted, Elli didn’t confirm the news nor did she deny it. “I don't know anything about this; my company manages my work and they are the best people to decide about my career,” was her reply.