Preeti Sood Wiki, Height, Age, Boyfriend, Family, Biography & More

Preeti Sood is an Indian actress and director. She became popular with her performance in Prakash Jha’s crime drama web series Aashram (2020).

Wiki/Biography

Preeti Sood was born on Friday, 29 January 1993 (age 29 years; as of 2022) in Theog village of Himachal Pradesh, India. Her zodiac sign is Aquarius.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 5″

Eye Colour: Brown

Hair Colour: Brown

Family

Parents & Siblings

Not much information is known about her family.

Preeti Sood’s parents

Preeti Sood with her brother

Career

In 2014, Preeti Sood made her acting debut with the crime comedy drama film ‘Revolver Rani,’ directed by Sai Kabir Shrivastav. In this film starring Kangana Ranaut and Vir Das, she played the role of Gutki. The film was theatrically released on 25 April 2014. Preeti then starred in the Hindi-language black comedy film ‘Welcome 2 Karachi’ in 2015. Vrajesh Hirjee wrote the script and Ashish R Mohan directed the film. In the film, the actress played a pleasant character. In 2019, the actress starred in the Bollywood film ‘Fraud Saiyaan.’ In the romantic dark comedy drama film directed by Sourabh Shrivastava, she played the role of a character named Preeti. In this film, Preeti worked with Arshad Warsi, Saurabh Shukla, Sara Loren, Deepali Pansare, Flora Saini, and Nivedita Tiwari, and a few others. Fraud Saiyyan is a film about a con artist in North India who convinces women to marry him so he can live off their money.

With Prakash Jha’s murder drama web series ‘Aashram,’ Preeti Sood made her digital debut in 2020. She starred alongside Bobby Deol, Aaditi Pohankar, Darshan Kumar, Chandan Roy Sanyal, and Tushar Pandey in the film. She played therole of Sanober. Aashram is a film about an Indian Godman whose good deeds enable illegal and immoral behaviours such as rapes, murders, drugs, vote-bank politics, and forced male emasculation. The law and a few crusaders investigate to bring him to justice. The entire series was well-received by the crowd. Preeti’s acting in the series also received high appreciation. She narrated her experience working for the drama series as,

Working in ‘Aashram’, was like a dream come true! I adore Bobby Deol sir on set and I had a huge fan girl moment. When I was offered the part, it was totally a wow moment for me. It was amazing and heartwarming to work with such a talented and hardworking star, but most of all, he was humble, down to earth and truly supportive. He even encouraged me, saying ‘You are a very fine artist and you are so expressive’. As an actress, these things motivated me a lot.

She added,

The series was one of my most beautiful journeys. We were shooting in Ayodhya, which in itself was so serene and surreal, and personally I believe that the message of the series was so strong that being a part of it, was extremely fulfilling to me as an actor.

Preeti Sood made her directorial debut in 2020 with the short film ‘Antoo Ki Amma.’ It’s the story of Antoo, a schoolboy, and his mother Rani, who live in a rural area. Their cow is known as Vimmo. They are unable to provide for their fundamental needs. It’s a story about emotions, community, and optimism. Antoo’s genuine devotion for his cow Vimmo, and a single incident that brought illegal cattle to light. Preeti herself took on the role of Rani, Antoo’s mother, in the film. She went to Kargil to learn about the people’s way of life before directing the film. Talking about it in a media interaction, before the film was shot, she said,

I am travelling to Kargil to meet these kids and work with them. I will be taking various workshops with these kids to help them have a better and holistic education. I will show my film to them as well. We will have a question and answer session also with these kids so I can understand how best to help these kids. They are a major part of me and I would do everything possible in my reach to help them.

On 11 November 2020, the second season of the crime drama web series Aashram began streaming. The actress rose to fame and acclaim as a result of her work in both seasons of the show. Thanking her fans for the support, she said,

I thank my fans and audience for all the love and appreciation which you gave in past 2 months! I feel very proud and fortuned that my hardwork has been recognized at the beginning of the release of both the projects I was quite nervous thinking what if I wouldn’t give my best performance or whether my character will connect with audience or not but my producer from both the shows Prakash jha and Antoo ki Aamma producer Mika singh both were so supportive they always cheered me up it’s only them because of which I played these roles they had faith in me and that’s the reason here I am today,Post release I saw on social media audience pouring love,commenting ,messaging on my work that gave me so much courage that I was overjoyed and I promised myself I will cater best performances with my coming projects without being nervous.”

Facts/Trivia

  • In one of her interviews, the Aashram actress spoke to the media about how she safeguarded two girls and busted a child trafficking ring in Mumbai. She recalls a friend approaching her and informing her that two young girl children in a salon were dressed in an unusual manner. Preeti leapt into action and arrived at her destination. After that, there was a drama in which girl power triumphed and the cops were called. Explaining the whole situation, she narrated,

    I live close to the saloon where the two girls were brought and being prepared to be flown to the US. On March 4 at around 1:30pm, a friend of mine informed me on phone that two little girls were in a beauty parlor in Versova with a couple of people who were doing their makeup and talking about sending them to the US. The girls looked very innocent and were unaware of their fate. On getting the information, I rushed to the spot and found that the girls were about to leave the saloon along with two men who were waiting outside. Right outside the saloon was a car parked which belonged to them. It was then that my suspicions grew stronger and I began to confront them. I inquired by the men with the girls who were in a hurry to leave the spot. The girls told me they were from Gujarat and when I questioned them about their parents, one of the four men asked me what I had to do with them. He told me that the girls were brought to the saloon because they were going to attend a marriage function.

    She further said,

    Before they tried to leave, I stopped them and called the cops. When the police reached the spot, I narrated the incident to them. The cops then took the men to Versova police station.”

  • When asked about her experience of auditioning for different opportunities, she narrated,

    Someone would say that I am too fair for the role, while someone would say that I am too young/old for it. I had a lot of questions but they weren’t answered. Worse, I was replaced in a film at the last minute and was told that this was happening because I was prettier than the heroine!”