Sonia Agarwal attends the 62nd Britannia Filmfare Awards 2014
28 March 1982
|Spouse(s)||Selvaraghavan (m.2006–2010; divorced)|
Sonia Agarwal (born 28 March 1982) is an Indian film actress known for her works predominantly in Tamil cinema and a few Telugu films. She is best known for her performances in super-hit films such as Kaadhal Kondein (2003) (directed by Selvaraghavan), 7G Rainbow Colony (2004) and Pudhupettai (2006).
Featuring her brother-in-law Dhanush, the film became a huge success and she was widely appreciated for her performance as Divya in the film, which brought her into the limelight and fetched her several awards, including the ITFA Best New Actress Award. She acted alongside actors Silambarasan and Vijay in the films Kovil and Madhurey, respectively. In 2004, the controversial Tamil drama film 7G Rainbow Colony, directed by Selvaraghavan again, was released, which went on to become a blockbuster at the box office. After appearing in the films Oru Kalluriyin Kathai and Oru Naal Oru Kanavu in 2005, both of which failing to perform at the box office, she got roles in the films Thiruttu Payale and Pudhupettai. The former, directed by Susi Ganesan, became a highly successful film, whilst the latter, another Selvaraghavan film, received universal critical acclaim.
During her school days, Sonia got an offer to act in a serial on Zee TV. She then made her film debut with the 2002 Telugu film Nee Premakai, in which she did a small role, after which she acted in a Kannada film Chandu opposite Sudeep.
2011 to present
After getting divorced, she made a re-entry, playing a supporting role in the multi-starrer Vaanam, following which she signed up for four projects, three in Tamil and one in Malayalam, in quick succession. Her next releases were Sadhurangam, opposite Srikanth once again, in 2011 and Oru Nadigayin Vakku Moolam in early 2012. Her films include Poi Sollathedi and Achchamenndid not do well in box office. In 2018, She has signed four Malayalam films.
|2003||Kaadhal Kondein||Divya||Tamil||ITFA Best New Actress Award|
|2004||Kovil||Angel Devi Soosai||Tamil|
|7G Rainbow Colony||Anitha||Tamil||Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Tamil Actress|
|7G Brundavan Colony||Anitha||Telugu|
|2005||Oru Kalluriyin Kathai||Jothi||Tamil|
|Oru Naal Oru Kanavu||Maya Devi||Tamil|
|2006||Thiruttu Payale||Rosy / Saranya||Tamil|
|2012||Oru Nadigaiyin Vaakkumoolam||Anjali||Tamil|
|2014||Amma Nanna Oorelithe||Telugu||Special appearance|
|Jamna Pyari||Dancer||Malayalam||Cameo appearance in Murugappa|
|Ranna||Dancer||Kannada||Special appearance in "What Do What Not To Do"|
|Winner||Mahendra Reddy's wife||Telugu|
|2019||Cochin Shaadi at Chennai 03||Malayalam||Filming|
|2016||Achcham Thavir||Participant||STAR Vijay|
- 2004: Variety Cinema Directory Best Debut Award—Kaadhal Kondein
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- "It's tough to stop laughing when Vivekh is around: Sonia Agarwal". Deccan Chronicle.
- "I took Dr Kalam's advice and returned part-time to cinema: Vivekh". Deccan Chronicle.
- "Selva-Sonia granted divorce". IndiaGlitz. 2010-03-12. Retrieved 12 March 2010.
- "Sonia Aggarwal signs another film!". Sify.com. 2011-07-12. Retrieved 2013-08-16.
- "Gayathri replaces Meenakshi in Villangam". Deccan Chronicle.
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