Mumbai: Actress Neha Sharma, who is starring in 'Yamla Pagla Deewana 2', says the film will give her a good standing in Bollywood.
Neha made her acting debut in Hindi with Mohit Suri's 'Crook' (2010) opposite Emraan Hashmi. Her first release of this year was 'Jayantabhai Ki Luv Story', opposite Vivek Oberoi and now she will be seen alongside Deols in the sequel
of 'Yamla Pagla Deewana'.
"'YPD2' is a project which I feel will give me a good standing in Bollywood. It is the biggest film of my career till now.... it is with three actors Dharamji, Sunny and Bobby - who are superstars," Neha told PTI in an interview
"So for me the whole canvas of this film is really good. I am hoping it will do good for me," she said.
While the three Deols reprise their roles in the sequel, the new additions are Neha and Kristina Akheeva.
Recollecting her first shoot with Dharmendra, Neha says, "My first scene was with Dharamji and Bobby together. It was an emotional scene. He was so sweet, both made me feel comfortable.
"Dharamji is so warm, outgoing and friendly....He is very encouraging. He is always there to give inputs and everybody welcomes that," she said.
In the film Neha is seen as a huge Salman Khan fan. "I am Salman Khan fan in real life too. I have always watched his movies first day first show. When Sangeeth Sivan(director) told me that I have to play a character that is Salman's fan I was really excited and happy. It came easily to
me," she said.