Neha Sharma, who shared the screen space with Ram Charan in Chirutha in 2007, in the direction of Puri Jagannadh, attended an interview recently and revealed that she watched first adult film when was 18. Neha Sharma started her career in Telugu Film Industry but very soon, she moved to Bollywood. Her first Hindi film was Mohit Suri’s Crook, which was released in 2010. Neha Sharma made a cameo appearance in Kunal Kohli’s Teri Meri Kahaani and she was highly appreciated in the semi-hit Kyaa Super Kool Hai Hum. She was last seen in a special appearance in Mubarakan. Though the actress is currently working on her next venture which is the third installment in the Hera Pheri franchise, she revealed some unknown facts about herself during media interaction. The bold actress Neha Sharma revealed the age at which she first saw adult movie. Neha Sharma also claimed that she was rather proud of the fact. She said, “I am really proud of myself because I must have been over 18. I think it was after 18 that I saw the first adult film.”
Neha Sharma’s sister Aisha Sharma, is all set to debut alongside John Abraham in the Milap Zaveri directorial venture Satyameva Jayate. The action-drama that also stars Manoj Bajpayee in supporting role will hit the theaters on 15th August 2018, on the occasion of Independence Day.
When Aisha Sharma was asked if her sister Neha Sharma had any suggestions for her before the debut, Aisha Sharma said, “My sister has given me only one advice, she’s like don’t let success get to your head and failure to your heart, irrespective of the fate of the movie because the movie is tracking really well. She has said if it does well, it shouldn’t make any difference to your life. But if the movie doesn’t do well, it shouldn’t make any difference.
Just work hard and keep doing better work.”
Meanwhile Ram Charan who is basking in the glory of his recent offering Rangasthalam, is currently working with Boyapati Srinu for his next upcoming film and after wrapping up the shoot of this film, Ram Charan will join the sets of Rajamouli’s RRR.