Sonam Bajwa

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Sonam Bajwa
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Bajwa promotes her film Super Singh on the sets of dance reality show with Diljit Dosanjh Nach Baliye 8 in Mumbai in 2017
Born
Sonampreet Bajwa[1]

NationalityIndian
EducationUniversity of Delhi
OccupationAir stewardess, model, actress
Years active2012–present
Height5 ft 7 in (170 cm)[1]

Sonampreet Bajwa is an Indian model and actress active in Punjabi, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu language cinema. She participated in the Femina Miss India contest in 2012. She played the leading female role in the 2014 Punjabi super hit film Punjab 1984.[2]

Early life and modelling career[edit]

Sonam Bajwa was born in Nainital and is a Punjabi.[3] She studied in Delhi University. She moved to Mumbai in 2012, she participated in the Femina Miss India contest. She became an air hostess and pursued a career in acting.[2][1]

She was subsequently listed to act in Happy New Year, but was not chosen for the role.[4]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Language Notes
2013 Best Of Luck Simran Punjabi Punjabi debut
2014 Punjab 1984 Jeeti Punjabi
Kappal Deepika Tamil Tamil debut
2016 Sardaar Ji 2 Diljyot Punjabi
Aatadukundam Raa Hanju Telugu Telugu debut
Nikka Zaildar Manraj Punjabi
Babu Bangaram Item girl Telugu Special appearance in song
2017 Manje Bistre Rano Punjabi
Super Singh Twinkle Punjabi
Nikka Zaildar 2 Roop Kaur Punjabi
Takadum Hindi
2018 Carry on Jatta 2 Meet Punjabi
2019 Guddiyan Patole Kash aka Kashmir Kaur Punjabi
Muklawa Taaro Punjabi
Singham Dr.Nikki Punjabi
Bala Hindi Special appearance in the song Naah Goriye
Ardab Mutiyaran Babbu Bains Punjabi
Kaatteri Tamil Filming
2020 Street Dancer TBA Hindi [5][6]
2020 Jinde Meriye Rehmat Punjabi Released

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Sonampreet Bajwa Profile". Times Internet. Archived from the original on 27 October 2015. Retrieved 22 December 2018.
  2. ^ a b Rinku Gupta (26 November 2014). "Punjabi model turns Tamil bride". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 22 December 2018.
  3. ^ Rinku Gupta (26 November 2014). "Sonam's dreams come true". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 22 December 2018.
  4. ^ Vishal Menon (6 December 2014). "Maiden Voyage". The Hindu. Retrieved 22 December 2018.
  5. ^ "Prabhu Deva-Varun Dhawan's 'Street Dancer' posters out, to be India's biggest dance movie". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  6. ^ "Street Dancer: Varun Dhawan kicks off second schedule of the film in snowy London". in.com. Retrieved 14 February 2019.

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