Birthday: 02-03-1992
Age: 27
Star sign: Aries


Born in Ahmedabad, Sonu Chandrapal has worked in many regional films and high TRP daily soaps. From Gujarat to Mumbai, Sonu has acted in some South Indian and Gujarati films. Her stunning looks and acting skills surely caught the attention of casting directors of daily soaps. In 2013, she debuted in Creative Eye’s Tujh Sang Preet Lagayi Sanjna aired on Sahara One, and as expected, her entry in the show in a negative character spiced up the drama quotient and TRP of the show. When she signed this show, she had many offers from the regional movies as well but as she explained that regional movies give her a sense of satisfaction of work for sure but at the same time it lacks a visibility factor. Moreover daily soaps have a much wider audience as compared to these movies.

Also, it is quite evident that TV has grown so much, and it will definitely; pave the way to her dream of acting in Bollywood. After tujh sang preet lagai, she also worked in the famous daily soap from Star Plus- “suhani si ek ladki” as a negative supporting lead. So she has the star banner by her side since June 2014. But she left the show as according to her, the character she was playing was not done creative justice and she did not like the way her character- Ragini was shaping. Deiya Sandhi replaced her on this show. Currently living in Mumbai, Sonu can speak Hindi, Gujarati, and English. She is not currently performing in any on-air show but accredited her looks and talent; we may see her in some awesome show or movie soon. Sonu Chandrapal is a very fresh and rising name in this industry; hope to see more of it in the coming years.

Spruha Joshi

Spruha Joshi is an Indian actress, who works predominantly in Marathi films. She has appeared in many theatre plays and is a famous figure in Marathi television world as well. Apart from acting, Spruha is enthusiastic about composing poems and writing lyrics for Marathi movies and albums. Spruha was born in Mumbai. Her father is a company employee and mother is a homemaker. Kshipra Joshi is her younger sister and reserves passion for sports. Spruha has married Varad Laghate. Spruha was an alumna of Balmohan Vidyamandir School, Dadar. She then did her graduation from Ramnarain Ruia College. Spruha participated in many cultural activities since childhood, especially plays. She acted in the play “Ga Ma Bha Na” (based on Milind Bokil’s novel “Shala”). Spruha has even acted in many more plays. In 2004, Spruha made her debut in the film “Maaybaap” with Sandeep Kulkarni, Mohan Agashe and Aditi Deshpande where she portrayed the character of a music student. In 2011, she got her first leading role as a bar singer in the film “Morya”, which was directed by Avadhoot Gupte. Joshi too acted in other films like “Sur Rahu De” and “Dekh Tamasha Dekh”. In 2015, Spruha’s film “Paying Ghost” aired on theatres received enormous positive reviews from both critics and audience, with a remarkable IMDb rating of 6.6. She appeared opposite Umesh Kamat. It was a major success and had got screened overseas. On 17 July 2015, another flick called, “Bioscope” was released. Spruha started her TV career in a children’s show “De Dhamal” back in the year 2005. She earned many accolades for her roles as Uma Band, Kuhu, Ramabai Ranade in “Agnihotra”, “Eka Lagnachi Dusri Goshta” and “Unch Maaza Zoka” respectively. She played the character Advocate Isha Deshmukh in “Eka Lagnachi Teesri Goshta”.  Spruha debuted as a lyricist in Sameer Vidwans’ Marathi film “Double seat” and Ajay Naik’s “Baavre Prem He” in the year 2014. She has showcased her talents in many theatre plays as well. Spruha is the recipient of President’s Award-Balshree 2003 for creative writing. Many other prizes and nominations adorn her talent shelves.

Spruha Joshi Hindi Actress