Sonali Naik is an Indian Television Actress. Sonali Naik is known for television serial Yahan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli as Sheetal Raghav Pandit.
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Sonali Naik Biography
|Sonali Pandit Naik
|Date of Birth
|24 December 1972
|Age (as of 2021)
|Mother : Not Available
Father : Not Available
Husband: Jayant Naik (BMC officer)
Daughter : Sania Naik
|5′ 3″ Feet
|Acting and Writing
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Sonali Naik TV Serial
|2009-2012: Yahan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli as Sheetal Raghav Pandit
2012-2014: Pyaar Ka Dard Hai Meetha Meetha Pyaara Pyaara as Sheela Deewan
2019: Gathbandhan as Savitri Jadhav
2020: Madam Sir as Pushpa Singh
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Sonali Naik comes from Satara, Maharashtra, where she was born and raised. She began her career in theater. In preparation for her role in the SAB TV show “Maddam Sir,” she learned the Lucknow style of Hindi language. Sonali has received recognition for her work and was nominated for the STAR Parivaar Award in the category of Favorite Mazedaar Sadasya.
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