Neha Pendse’s look inspired by Sushmita Sen

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Neha Pendse is a girl who has grown up in front of the audience’s eyes. We have seen her as a teenager in two ponytails in the horror show Ssshhh…Koi hai years ago from now. Since then, she has only evolved as an actor and has acted in movies across genres and languages like Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi. In spite of this, she is best known in the Marathi film industry for movies like Touring Talkies, Anumati and more recently Natasamrat : Asa nat hone nahi!

 

Neha has proved her versatility while playing divergent roles in each of the movies. Neha was tagged as an ‘item girl’ of the Marathi industry. But she stunned everyone with her acting skills as well.She is very intelligent and extremely eye-catching boss and to get the into the perfect character she took inspiration from Bollywood diva Sushmita Sen, who played sizzling roles like Ms. Chandnia beautiful college professor. Similarly, Neha will be flaunting graceful sarees that mesmerises her office employeeSajan, who plays the show protagonist, taking him to his fantasy land!

Commenting on the same, Neha Pendse said, “My look in the show will be very hot and attractive where I will be seen wearing beautiful sarees with backless blouses. My look is inspired bySushmita Sen’s in Main Hoon Na. She is one of the most stylish actresses and I loved her look in the movie so I am quite elated about my look in the show and my entry on the Hindi small screen space.

Be ready to witness hot & sizzling character of Sanjana by Neha Pendse in the upcoming show ‘May I Come InMadam’ coming soon on Life OK.

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