Profession: Actress, Writer
Brothers of Sonali Kulkarni
Sandesh Kulkarni, Sandeep Kulkarni
Father of Sonali Kulkarni
Husband/Spouse of Sonali Kulkarni
Nachiket Pantvaidya (m. 2010)
Chandrakant Kulkarni (Ex-husband)
Favourite Actor of Sonali Kulkarni
Favourite Food of Sonali Kulkarni
Awards, Honours, Achievements of Sonali Kulkarni
National Film Award - Special Mention (non-feature film), Chaitra (2002)
Star Screen Awards(Marathi) Best Actress for Devrai (2004)
Information about Sonali Kulkarni
Sonali Kulkarni was always interested in acting and started acting in theatre plays at an early age, as her elder brother was associated with the theatre. He used to write and direct theatre plays.
In 2013, her Gujarati film, 'The Good Road', was Selected as the Indian entry for the 'Best Foreign Language Film' at the 86th Academy Awards.
She has written a few theatre plays, and she also writes poetry.
She is a fitness enthusiast, and cycling is her favourite cardio exercise.
Sonali Kulkarni participated in the dance reality show 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 2' (2007). She was also the part of the first season of adventure reality show 'Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi ' (2008).
Does Sonali Kulkarni drink alcohol?: Not Known
In 2000, he came into limelight with her first commercial film as Neelima Khan in Mission Kashmir. She played the role of the mother of actor Hrithik Roshan and wife of Sanjay Dutt. Interestingly, she is a few months younger than Hrithik Roshan, and it was her first commercial film which made her a familiar face for the Indian audience.
She is a nature lover.
Sonali Kulkarni did a lot of critically acclaimed films like Doghi (1995), Devrai (2004), Kata Rute Kunala (1996). Even after the success of all of these films, she was not a popular face as those films were shown in various film festivals but not in the movie theatres.
Sonali Kulkarni's column was quite popular and was published in a book 'So Kool' by Rajahansa Prakashan.
Does Sonali Kulkarni smoke?: Not Known
She got the opportunity to work with the thespian Pt. Satyadev Dubey and became more serious about adapting acting as a career.
She was a teenager when she bagged her first film Cheluvi (1992).
She loves writing. In fact, she has worked as an editor for 'Viva', a supplement of Marathi daily newspaper, in which she used to write a weekly column titled 'So Kool'.
Sonali Kulkarni has done a few TV ads and print shoots.