Former "One Life To Live" actress Shenaz Treasury (ex-Rama Patel) is currently starring and filming as a female protagonist in the Bollywood film "Main Aur Mr. Right." She'll star opposite Barun Sobti in the funny, romantic project that centers around the story of a young girl's search for Mr. Right.
Treasury has appeared in numerous Bollywood films (Hindi-language films based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India), and a few independent American films, before taking on her first American Daytime role as Llanview's Rama Patel (2010 to 2012). She also had a role as Bahdra in "Excuse Me For Living," which features her former castmates Melissa Archer (ex-Natalie Banks), Tonja Walker (ex-Alex Olanov) and David A. Gregory (ex-Robert Ford). She started her career as a model, and in 2011 the actress was the screenplay writer for her first film "Luv Ka The End."
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- Amy Mistretta