Shonal Rawat

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Shonal Rawat
Beauty pageant titleholder
Shonal rawat closeup.jpg
At Fuel, December 2010
Born Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Occupation Model, Television presenter.
Height 1.87 m (6 ft 2 in)
Title(s) Femina Miss India Asia-Pacific 2003
Femina Miss India Asia-Pacific 2003
Miss Asia Pacific 2003
(1st Runner Up)
(Miss friendship)
(Miss talent)
(Miss Congeniality)
Spouse Karan Vats

Shonal Rawat Hindi: शोनाल रावत ) is an Indian former model[1] and Television anchor. She won Femina Miss India,[2] 2003 and was subsequently sent to Miss Asia Pacific, 2003.[3] She anchors Zoom Network talk shows and is a VJ.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Her father is an Indian Police Service officer and her mother has her own kindergarten in Kolkata. Since her father was posted in West Bengal she had attended schooling in different parts of the states she done her matriculate from Loreto House, and other from Ashok Hall. She married her boyfriend, Karan Vats in 2013.[5]



She won Femina Miss India in 2003 and represented India at Miss Asia Pacific in that year[6] and finished second at the 43rd Pageant in Tokyo, Japan. Subsequently she has been an active model, appearing in shows for Satya Paul.[7]


Shonal Rawat has acted in Hindi comedy serial 'Aaj Ke Shriman Shrimati'. She is all set to host Sony TV's comedy-based reality show Champion Chaalbaaz No.1. As the channel heads took a combined decision of not overexposing Mona Singh to the reality show scenario, keeping in mind the to-be-launched reality show, The Extreme Makeover, Shonal Rawat now takes over the anchoring responsibilities of Champion Chaalbaaz No. 1.[citation needed]

List of works
Title as Channel
Champion Chaalbaaz No.1 (Hosting) Sony T.V
Planet Bollywood (Hosting) Zoom


  1. ^ "Fashion fad* Model Speak Shonal". The Hindu. India. 16 June 2006. 
  2. ^ "Femina Miss India Shonal Rawat Bio". 16 June 2006. 
  3. ^ "Catch-Up With The Past Miss Indias". The Times Of India. Retrieved 11 December 2010. 
  4. ^ "Shonal Rawat – The Time of India". The Time of India. India. 15 February 2011. 
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  6. ^ "Femina Miss India". 16 June 2006. 
  7. ^ "Indian designs going places". The Hindu. India. 1 June 2004. 

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