Sonali Kulkarni Biography
Sonali Kulkarni (Marathi: सोनाली कुलकर्णी) is an Indian actress.
Sonali was born in the Marathi-speaking Kulkarni family in Pune, Maharashtra, India. Her father is an engineer, and she has two brothers, Sandeep and Sandesh.
Even when she was of a very young age her passion was acting, and she got a chance to exhibit her talents during the Ganesh Mahotsav.
She was enrolled in the Abhinav Vidhyalaya in Pune, and after completing schooling, she went to Fergusson College, where she majored in Political Science and got a scholarship in Marathi literature.
She speaks Hindi, Marathi and English fluently, and has also picked-up Gujarati, Italian, and Tamil.
After attending a workshop by Satyadev Dubey, Sonali and Sandesh formed a theater group called Samanvay.
Kulkarni first made her appearance on the tinsel screen in a Kannada movie titled 'Cheluvi', and thereafter has appeared in a total of 32 movies, including one in Italian titled 'Fuoco Si Di Me' for which she won an award in the 2006 Milan International Film Festival.
Apart from acting, she is also an editor with 'Viva', a supplement of 'Loksatta', and pens a weekly column called 'So Kool'.
Sonali has showed her dancing skills in a popular dance program (Jhalak dikla jaa) on Sony TV. Apart from this she will be seen in a movie Strangers with Kay Kay Menon & Jimmy Shergill.
She was married to famous marathi play director Chandrakant Kulkarni for a while, but the couple got divorced.