Sonali Vardam Debut Heroine Cracks a Jackpot

Sonali Vardam Debut Heroine Cracks a Jackpot

Becoming an actor is not easy, especially when you are coming from a Middle-class Indian family. But when your dreams are bigger than your fears, you develop the courage to pursue them anyway.

We got to speak with the super-talented, pretty, and charming actor Sonali Vardam and learn what pushed her to move to a city like Hyderabad to pursue art. Besides acting and modelling, Sonali enjoys dancing and poetry.

Sonali Vardam was born on May 10, 1997, in Mumbai, India. Her parents are Appa and Sangeeta Vardam The actress Sonali went on to enjoy success in the fashion and modelling industries and continued to prove her abilities as an actress with debut movie in Tollywood industry.

Sonali Vardam

Sonali attended the Stagecoach Theatre Arts in college days. She studied in acting and dancing from professional institutes and performed in college plays. Her natural instinct for acting first came out when she won a competition while she performed while pursuing graduate.

Sonali’s upcoming Telugu films aimed for a release this year. Going by the latest buzz in the Tollywood, Sonali Vardam grabbed the audience even before the release of the first film. The makers did not even launch the release date of the film yet but Sonali has been approached for some more films. Sonali Say’s “Being a huge fan of the first one, its super exciting to get the opportunity to be a part of the Tollywood.  I’m looking forward to the experience. It’s being produced by the makers of my most special film so it feels like home working with them. I can’t wait to begin this journey so I can bring the film to you soon!”

Sonali Vardam

As a teenager coming of age as an established Model, Sonali also emerged as a fashionista, her style catching the eye of many major figures in the fashion industry. “I love fashion. I think it’s so important because it’s how you show yourself to the world. Sonali: As ironic as it sounds, I feel most myself when I’m playing a role. At this point, I’ve put in so much analysis and work on my character that it should feel natural. I’ve always been a movie buff, even as a kid and I’ve watched some fantastic movies with such strong messages. The potential that this industry has is enormous, whether recreational or informative, or as a means of social messaging, and I want to be a part of that movement.”

 If she scores a hit with the new project, she surely will have a scope to attain stardom in Tollywood.

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