Sonia (actress)

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Tamil Nadu, India
Nationality Indian
Years active1977–present
(m. 2003)
Relatives Tinku (brother)
Robo Shankar

Sonia, also known Sonia Bose, is an Indian actress, who works in Tamil and Malayalam films and serials. She debuted, at the age of three, as a child artist in the Malayalam film Ival Oru Naadodi. She continued to appear in many films as a child actor, credited as Baby Sonia. During her childhood she lent her voice for many child artists mainly for Baby Shalini. She got Kerala State Film Award for Best Child artist for the movie Nombarathi Poovu in 1987. She acts in Tamil, Kannada, Telugu movies as well. Her brother Tinku is an actor in Tamil movies and shows. [1] [2] [3]


Personal life

She hails from Tamil Nadu. She married Tamil actor Bose Venkat in 2003. The couple have a son, Tejasvin and a daughter, Bavatharani [4]








Television serials

Asaigal Tamil
Meesai Aanalum ManaiviMythili
2002–2004Amma Sun TV
2003–2004Sahana Sindhu Bairavi Part-IIMallikakumari Jaya TV
2005–2007MalargalKarpagam Sun TV
Muhurtham Sun TV
2007Shri Ayappanum VavarumPanthalam Rani Surya TV Malayalam
PaasamAishwarya Sun TV Tamil
2008Pavitha Jaililanu Asianet Malayalam
2009–2011 Madhavi Kokila
2010–2012 Chellamay Kalaivani Sun TV Tamil
Uravugal Vasanthi
2011–2012AvakaashikalUrmila Surya TV Malayalam
Veera Marthanda Varma
2012–2013 My Name Is Mangamma Paravathy Zee Tamil Tamil
Amudha Oru Aacharyakuri Vimala Kalaignar TV
2013–2014 Mamiyar Thevai Leela Zee Tamil
Mannan Magal Jaya TV
PenmanassuSarada Surya TV Malayalam
2015Enga Veettu PennAlangaram Zee Tamil Tamil
2015–2016 Kannamma Kannamma Kalaignar TV
2018–2019 Vandhal Sridevi Shambhavi Colors Tamil
2019ArundhathiRevathy Sun TV
2020-2021 Neethane Enthan Ponvasantham Pushpa Zee Tamil
2021–2022 Pandavar Illam Mullaikodi Sun TV
2022BhagyalakshmiBhagyalakshmi (Replaced by Reshmi Soman) Zee Keralam Malayalam
Jamelaa Dr. Mumtaz Colors Tamil Tamil
2023-present Meena Kasthuri Sun TV Tamil

TV shows

As a playback singer

As a dubbing artist

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