Genelia D'Souza, the next Bollywood bee
Born in Mumbai, she moved with her family from Goa to England. But as she bore the dream of becoming an actress, she later shifted back to India to turn her dream into a reality. Yes….we are talking about the south beauty Genelia D’Souza, who has marked her presence in the Bollywood with her recent movie Mere Baap Pehle Aap and is looking forward to secure her position with her coming film Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na in which she is staring opposite to Aamir’s nephew Imran Khan.
The actress has been quite popular in the Tollywood where she has given many hit movies like Happy and Bommarillu. So much so, that her debut movie in Kannada, Satya In Love grossed 4 crores in opening week, thus setting a new record in the Kannada film industry. The film went on to become a huge blockbuster.
Genelia also starred in the big budget Boys directed by Shankar. The film proved to be a box-office hit and launched her career.
The actress has large dark eyes with killing smile. She has an uncommon look which parts her from others. She doesn’t have airy looks like Kangna Ranawat or Celina Jetly nor is she glamorous like Bipasha or Kareena. She can aptly be called the ‘girl-next-door’ who is ready to take on to your nerves as she opens her mouth. Her unique speaking quality and bubbly expressions do not fail to sweep you off the grounds. She has got a fresh momento in her acts.
Recently, she won the Filmfare Award for the Best Actress for her performance in the blockbuster movie Bommarillu. She is yet to rock the Bollywood with her vibrant colours with her coming movies: It’s My Life in which she paired with Harman Baweja and a multistarrer movie Life Partner.
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