Saloni Sanu (Kumar Sanu Wife) Biography, Age, Height, Figure, Net Worth

Saloni Sanu is the second wife of Kumar Sanu, the renowned Bollywood singer known as the ‘Melody King’ by his fans. They have two daughters, Shannon K and Anabelle K. Kumar Sanu also has three sons, Jessy, Jeeko, and Jaan (Jaan Kumar Sanu), with his first wife Rita Bhattacharya.

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Saloni Sanu Biography

Real NameSaloni Sanu
ProfessionChild Artist and Starkid
Date of Birth28 July 2006
Zodiac SignLeo

Saloni Sanu Height, Weight, Figure

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Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack

Saloni Sanu Nationality, Birth Place

Birth PlaceAmerica
HometownBikaner, Rajasthan, India
SchoolHigh School
CollageLocal College
EthnicityRed Indian

Saloni Sanu Career

Saloni Shanu is originally from Bikaner, but she has relocated to London, where she currently resides with her family. Her daughter, Shannon, shares her father’s passion for music and released her first album in 2014.

Saloni Sanu Family and Relatives

Marital Status Married
Husband  David Colloff (m. 1972)
Marriage Date    Update Soon
Sexual Orientation Update Soon
Net Worth (approx.)$2 Million
Cars CollectionUpdate Soon

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