|Birth Date||:||1 May 1989|
Sonnalli Seygall is an Indian actress who debuted on the silver screen with the 2011 film Pyaar Ka Punchnama, directed by Luv Ranjan. She played Rhea opposite Rayo Bakhirta playing Vikrant Chaudhary. Sonnalli was also seen in Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 and Wedding Pullav, both releasing on the same day.
Boondi Raita [Kamal Chandra]
Boondi Raita is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language comedy-drama film directed by Kamal Chandra and produced by Ravi S Gupta. The film stars Himansh Kohli, Sonnalli Seygall and Ravi Kishan in the lead roles. The Principal photography commenced on 20 February 2020.
Con la bendición de mamá [Navjot Gulati]
High Jack [20 April 2018 (India)]
Four angry employees hijack a Goa to Delhi aeroplane to settle their dues and take revenge against their employer. Things take a turn when the passengers accidentally consume drinks laced with drugs.
Jai Mummy Di [17 January 2020 (India)]
A lovestruck couple decides to take their relationship to the next level and get married. However, they hit a bumpy road when they learn that their mothers do not like each other.
Pyaar Ka Punchnama [20 May 2011 (India)]
Nishant starts dating Charu while his roommates Rajat and Vikrant already have girlfriends in Neha and Rhea respectively. Trouble starts when the guys feel that their girlfriends are dominating them.
Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 [16 October 2015 (India)]
Anshul, Siddharth and Tarun each fall in love at the same time with different women. However, their relationships soon turn toxic and make them realise the dark side of love.
Setters [3 May 2019 (India)]
Apurva and his crew make a huge profit by leaking examination papers to the public. However, they soon arouse the suspicions of Aditya Singh and his team of honourable police officers.
Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety 
Wedding Pullav [16 October 2015 (India)]
Two best friends, Aditya and Anushka love each other but are unaware of their feelings. However, realisation strikes when they begin to feel jealous of each other's partners at Aditya's wedding.
- 1 May 1989.
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