Sonali Kulkarni Age, Wiki, Biography, Husband, Height in feet, Net Worth & Many More

Sonali Kulkarni is an Indian actress, producer, and writer who is known for acting in Marathi, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Gujarati and English films. She was born on 3rd November 1973 in Pune, Maharashtra, India. Her father was an engineer. She has two brothers. She completed her schooling at Abhinava Vidyalaya and did her graduation in Political Science from Ferguson College. She also received a scholarship in Marathi literature at that time. She attended an acting workshop by Satyadev Dubey. After that, she formed a theatre group called Samanvay.

In 1992, Sonali made her film debut with the Kannada film Cheluvi.

In 1994, she made her Tamil debut with May Maadham. In the same year, she made her Marathi debut with Mukta.

In 1995, she was seen in another Marathi film, Doghi. For her performance in the film, she won Maharashtra State Film Award and Filmfare Marathi Award. In the same year, she made her television debut with the Hindi television film, Gulabari. She was also seen in the television series, Badalte Rishtey

In 1996, she appeared in the film, Daayraa. For her performance in the film, she received the Best Actor Award—Grand Prix du Jury. In the same year, she made her English film debut with Vrindavan Film Studios. Kata Rute Kunala was her only released television series of the year. Her performance in the series helped her to earn an award for Best Television Performance of the Year.

In 1998, she acted in a television series, Rishtey.

In 1999, she first appeared in the Hindi film, Jahan Tum Le Chalo. Later she was seen in a Marathi film, Gharabaher. In the same year, she acted in a bilingual film, Kairee. Kya Yahi Pyaar Hai was her only released television series of the year.

In 2000, she acted in an English-language film, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar. Mission Kashmir was her only released Hindi film of the year. She was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress category in the Filmfare awards, IIFA awards, and Screen awards.

In 2001, she made her Korean film debut with Maya: The Reality. Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya and Dil Chahta Hai were her two released Hindi films of the year.
In 2002, she was seen in four Hindi films, Dil Vil Pyar Vyar, Junoon, Kitne Door Kitne Paas and Agni Varsha. In the same year, she acted in the Marathi film, Chaitra. For her role in the film, she received a Special Mention – Non-Feature Film at the 49th National Film Awards.

Danav was her only released Marathi film of 2003.

In 2004, she acted in three Hindi films, two English films and one Marathi film. She got the second-best actress at the 42nd Maharashtra State Film Awards for her performance in the Marathi film Devrai that year.

In 2005, she made her Gujarati film debut with Love Is Blind. In the same year, she made her Italian film language debut with Fuoco su di me. Her performance in the film helped her to win the Best Actress Award at the 2006 Milan International Film Festival. Dansh was her only released Hindi film of the year.

In 2006, she appeared in four Hindi films and one Marathi film. Her performance in Hindi film Taxi Number 9211, helped her to earn a nomination for Stardust Awards.

In 2007, she was seen in three Marathi films and one Hindi film. In that year, she participated in the television reality show, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 2.

Via Darjeeling, Sirf and Mumbai Cutting were her three released Hindi films of 2008. Later that year, she participated in the television reality show, Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 1.

In 2009, she starred in four Hindi and four Marathi films.

In 2010, she acted in the Hindi film The Camp. Ringa Ringa was her only released Marathi film of the year. In that year, she worked as a narrator in the television series, Kaali – Ek Agnipariksha.

In 2011, she was seen in three Marathi films, Deool, Pratibimba and Dubhan, and one Hindi film, Singham. For her performance in the Hindi film Singham, she earned a second nomination for an IIFA award. For her performance in Pratibimba, she won the Zee Chitra Gaurav Puraskar for Best Actress for the film.

Konkanastha and Pune 52 were her two released Marathi films of 2013. Later that year, she was seen in the Gujarati film, The Good Road.

In 2014, she starred in the Marathi film, Dr. Prakash Baba Amte – The Real Hero. For her performance, she won the Filmfare award for best actress.

In 2015, she was seen in two Marathi films, Sugar Salt Ani Prem and Aga Bai Arechyaa 2.

Tamanna was her only released television series of 2016.

In 2017, she appeared in two Hindi and two Marathi films. Kaccha Limbu and Ti Ani Itar were her two released Marathi films of the year. Her performance in both films was highly acclaimed and she earned her third Filmfare Marathi Award and her second Zee Chitra Gaurav Puraskar in the category of Best Actress.

In 2018, she acted in three Marathi and one Hindi film.

Bharat was her only released Hindi film of 2019.

In 2021, she made a special appearance in the Hindi film, Toofaan. Pension was her only released Marathi film of the year. For her performance in Pension, she was awarded Best Actress by the Critics at the Filmfare Marathi Awards. In that year, she acted in two web series, Mumbai Diaries 26/11 and The Whistleblower. In the same year, she worked as a host in the television series, Crime Patrol – Satark.

She waa seen in two Marathi films in 2022, Dil Dimag Aur Batti and Ticha Shahar Hona.

In her career, she appeared in several theatres

In 2014, she founded her production company, Sokul. She produced several theatre shows.

Apart from acting, Sonali also wrote a weekly column for a supplement of the Marathi daily newspaper Loksatta called So Kul and Viva.

In 2010, she published her article book So Kul…

She was married to the film and theatre director Chandrakant Kulkarni. They divorced later. In 2010, she again married Nachiket Pantvaidya, the current head of Sony Entertainment Television. Together they have a daughter, Kaveri, born in 2011.

Name Sonali Kulkarni
Nick Name Sonali
Profession Actress, Writer
Date of Birth 3rd November 1973
Age 49 years
Birth Place Pune, Maharashtra, India
Nationality Indian
Hometown Pune, Maharashtra, India
School Abhinava Vidyalaya
College Ferguson College
Debut Cheluvi (Kannada)
Madhaam May (Tamil)
Mukta (Marathi)
Vrindavan (English)
Love Is Blind (Gujarati)
Gulabari (Hindi)
Religion Hinduism
Zodiac Sign Scorpio

Sonali Kulkarni Career

In 1992, Sonali made her film debut with the Kannada film Cheluvi.

In 1994, she made her Tamil debut with May Maadham. In the same year, she made her Marathi debut with Mukta.

In 1995, she was seen in another Marathi film, Doghi. For her performance in the film, she won Maharashtra State Film Award and Filmfare Marathi Award. In the same year, she made her television debut with the Hindi television film, Gulabari. She was also seen in the television series, Badalte Rishtey

In 1996, she appeared in the film, Daayraa. For her performance in the film, she received the Best Actor Award—Grand Prix du Jury. In the same year, she made her English film debut with Vrindavan Film Studios. Kata Rute Kunala was her only released television series of the year. Her performance in the series helped her to earn an award for Best Television Performance of the Year.

In 1998, she acted in a television series, Rishtey.

In 1999, she first appeared in the Hindi film, Jahan Tum Le Chalo. Later she was seen in a Marathi film, Gharabaher. In the same year, she acted in a bilingual film, Kairee. Kya Yahi Pyaar Hai was her only released television series of the year.

In 2000, she acted in an English-language film, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar. Mission Kashmir was her only released Hindi film of the year. She was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress category in the Filmfare awards, IIFA awards, and Screen awards.

In 2001, she made her Korean film debut with Maya: The Reality. Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya and Dil Chahta Hai were her two released Hindi films of the year.
In 2002, she was seen in four Hindi films, Dil Vil Pyar Vyar, Junoon, Kitne Door Kitne Paas and Agni Varsha. In the same year, she acted in the Marathi film, Chaitra. For her role in the film, she received a Special Mention – Non-Feature Film at the 49th National Film Awards.

Danav was her only released Marathi film of 2003.

In 2004, she acted in three Hindi films, two English films and one Marathi film. She got the second-best actress at the 42nd Maharashtra State Film Awards for her performance in the Marathi film Devrai that year.

In 2005, she made her Gujarati film debut with Love Is Blind. In the same year, she made her Italian film language debut with Fuoco su di me. Her performance in the film helped her to win the Best Actress Award at the 2006 Milan International Film Festival. Dansh was her only released Hindi film of the year.

In 2006, she appeared in four Hindi films and one Marathi film. Her performance in Hindi film Taxi Number 9211, helped her to earn a nomination for Stardust Awards.

In 2007, she was seen in three Marathi films and one Hindi film. In that year, she participated in the television reality show, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 2.

Via Darjeeling, Sirf and Mumbai Cutting were her three released Hindi films of 2008. Later that year, she participated in the television reality show, Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 1.

In 2009, she starred in four Hindi and four Marathi films.

In 2010, she acted in the Hindi film The Camp. Ringa Ringa was her only released Marathi film of the year. In that year, she worked as a narrator in the television series, Kaali – Ek Agnipariksha.

In 2011, she was seen in three Marathi films, Deool, Pratibimba and Dubhan, and one Hindi film, Singham. For her performance in the Hindi film Singham, she earned a second nomination for an IIFA award. For her performance in Pratibimba, she won the Zee Chitra Gaurav Puraskar for Best Actress for the film.

Konkanastha and Pune 52 were her two released Marathi films of 2013. Later that year, she was seen in the Gujarati film, The Good Road.

In 2014, she starred in the Marathi film, Dr. Prakash Baba Amte – The Real Hero. For her performance, she won the Filmfare award for best actress.

In 2015, she was seen in two Marathi films, Sugar Salt Ani Prem and Aga Bai Arechyaa 2.

Tamanna was her only released television series of 2016.

In 2017, she appeared in two Hindi and two Marathi films. Kaccha Limbu and Ti Ani Itar were her two released Marathi films of the year. Her performance in both films was highly acclaimed and she earned her third Filmfare Marathi Award and her second Zee Chitra Gaurav Puraskar in the category of Best Actress.

In 2018, she acted in three Marathi and one Hindi film.

Bharat was her only released Hindi film of 2019.

In 2021, she made a special appearance in the Hindi film, Toofaan. Pension was her only released Marathi film of the year. For her performance in Pension, she was awarded Best Actress by the Critics at the Filmfare Marathi Awards. In that year, she acted in two web series, Mumbai Diaries 26/11 and The Whistleblower. In the same year, she worked as a host in the television series, Crime Patrol – Satark.

She waa seen in two Marathi films in 2022, Dil Dimag Aur Batti and Ticha Shahar Hona.

In her career, she appeared in several theatres

In 2014, she founded her production company, Sokul. She produced several theatre shows.

Apart from acting, Sonali also wrote a weekly column for a supplement of the Marathi daily newspaper Loksatta called So Kul and Viva.

In 2010, she published her article book So Kul…

Sonali Kulkarni Family 

Father Name  Vilas Kulkarni
Mother Name  Not Known
Brother  Sandesh and Sandeep
Sister  N/A
Husband / Wife  Nachiket Pantvaidya

Sonali Kulkarni Relationship / Marital Status & Many More 

Marital Status  Married
Affairs / Girlfriend  Chandrakant Kulkarni
Nachiket Pantvaidya
Husband / Spouse  Nachiket Pantvaidya
Marriage date  2010
Marriage Place  Not Known
Children Kaveri

Sonali Kulkarni Physical Stats

Height In Centimeter – 165 cm
In Meter – 1.65 m
In feet & inches – 5’5
Weight In Kilogram- 60 Kg
In Pounds – 132lbs
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black

Sonali Kulkarni Favourite 

Favourite Actor  Aamir Khan
Favourite Actress  Not Known
Favourite Song  Not Known
Favourite Movie  Not Known
Favourite Drink Coconut Water
Favourite Color  Not Known
Favourite Sport  Not Known
Favourite Destination  Not Known

 

Sonali Kulkarni Education 

School  Abhinava Vidyalaya
Collage  Ferguson College
Educational Qualification  Graduate in Political Science

Sonali Kulkarni Net Worth

Net Worth N/A
Salary N/A
Income Source Acting
Car Collection N/A

Some Unknown facts about Sonali Kulkarni

  • She drinks alcohol but doesn’t smoke.
  • She is an animal lover.
  • Writing Poetry, listening to music, dancing, gardening, and cooking are her hobbies.

 

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