Sanya Malhotra is an actress and choreographer and is new to the Bollywood industry. She is a professional ballet dancer. She is well-known for the recent blockbuster movie named “Dangal” which was released in the year 2016 starring
in the lead role. Sanya got popular for this movie only. She has played the role of Aamir Khan’s daughter in the movie. She has got this role after a lot of struggle. She has given many auditions. Now, she wants to work with
. Sanya Malhotra was born in Delhi, India on 27th of February. Her height is 5’5 inches.
She spent her initial days of childhood in Delhi only. Before coming to the Bollywood films, she has appeared in many advertisements. Along with this, she is also working as a choreographer. She has choreographed a song for Aamir Khan in the movie named “
.” She loves to dance and love everything related to it. When the director of the movie
asked her to choreograph a song, Sanya was very excited. She never thought of getting this opportunity and was very happy to choreograph a song for Aamir Khan.
According to reports, she has been signed for the movie named “Manmarziyan” alongside Ayushman Khurana. The producer of the movie would be Anand L Rai. Director of the movie would be
. The turning point in the career of Sanya Malhotra was with the movie “Dangal.” The movie was directed by
. Producers were
, Aamir Khan, and Siddharth Roy Kapoor. The movie was a real story of a wrestler named “Mahavir Singh Phogat.” He trains his one niece and three daughters for the Commonwealth Games. Sanya Malhotra played the role of Babita Kumari who is the daughter of Aamir Khan who played the role of Mahavir Singh Phogat. The movie was released on 23rd of December in the year 2016.
After the movie named “
, Dangal was the second blockbuster film of the year 2016. Along with this, she became popular for Koffee with Karan in the year 2004. It is a talk show hosted by
who is a producer and director in the Bollywood industry. In an interview Sanya said that she could have done a better job in Dangal. In