She is versatile, she lights up the screen every time you get to see her and above all she is a woman with a lot of integrity; well we are talking about Neelu Kohli; who has completed almost fifteen years in showbiz.
Neelu Kohli was very clear that all she every wanted to do were commercials and so she set out to achieve what she had set her eyes on.
Her first commercial, Maruti Suzuki, where she was cast along with Yatin Karyekar and Aman Verma kick started her journey in the ad world. What followed were are series of commercials and in no time she was the face of products like Rin and Cadbury.
However, the one that remains closest to her heart is the State Bank Of India commercial. While all of this was going on, she was offered to do a show, Nimmo Te Vimmo on Lashkara Channel and since then there has been no looking back for this actor.
The show that brought her in spot light was Bhabhi on Star Plus, which went on air on March 18, 2002 and had a run of about one thousand three hundred and twenty eight episodes.
Neelu Kolhi is the only actor who was there in Bhabhi from it’s inception till its last day, well that’s what dedication is all about and that’s what Neelu is all about.
Very few people know that Neelu Kohli has also been a part of a Pakistani drama series, where she essayed the role of Zainab Quresh’s mother. The same was shot in Phuket, an experience she dearly cherishes.
She even tried essaying a negative role in Sangam once again on Star Plus, but then her stint in this one did not last long. Guess what you are from within shows on your face and for me she is one pure soul.
Post Sangam, one got to see her in many more shows like, Pyaar Ki Kashti Mein, Geet, Ek Ladki Anjaani Si, Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha and many more.
Moving on Neelu Kohli has been part of some film like, Style, X-cuse Me, Patiala House, Break Ke Baad, Housefull 2, Gori Tere Pyaar Mein and many more.
Currently you can catch this talented actor in Shastri Sisters on Colors.
Back home, Neelu is a home make and mother to her kids. She is one who believes in doing all that she can and then leaving the rest because every show and every project comes with it’s own destiny.
The question isn’t who is going to let her, the question is who is going to stop her; well that’s how I would like to sum up Neelu.
It’s hard to be a woman, you have to think like a man, act like a lady, look like a young girl and work like a horse.
Here’s wishing her many successes and a great future ahead.