The Bhatt camp of tinsel town is known for introducing fresh faces in Bollywood. Their film Crook: Its Good To Be Bad is one more example of this. Neha Sharma, usually seen in the Telugu film industry, made her debut with the Mukesh Bhatt production. The film hits the screens today (October 8). Though Neha Sharma is relatively an unknown face in Mumbai, she is a successful actress in south. She has starred opposite Ram Charan Teja, son of superstar Chiranjeevi, in 2007 hit Telugu film Chirutha.
Crook: Its Good To Be Bad is in a spotlight with popular actor Emraan Hashmi starring opposite heroine Neha Sharma. Reports circulating in the media are already rife with expectations from the actress, who spent her childhood in the small town of Bhagalpur in Bihar. She moved to Delhi to complete her graduation from NIFT.
Neha Sharma is very well known for her dancing skills also. With accomplished names like Pritam Chakraborty as the music composer and Mohit Suri as the director of Crook: Its Good To Be Bad, there is very little chance that Neha Sharma will fail to make a mark in her debut venture. The film deals with the recent racial attacks that Indians, residing in Australia, had to face from the Australian natives. Neha Sharma plays a girl named Suhani, born and brought in Australia.