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Sonam Kapoor Net Worth And Biography

Sonam Kapoor net worth
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The beautiful actress is popularly known for her role in a romantic drama titled 'Raanjhanaa' in 2013. Sonam Kapoor role was that of Zoya Haider, a young Muslim student from Varanasi who is drawn into politics after the murder of her Sikh lover. The movie earned her several Best Actress nominations and boosted her career. Let take a look at Sonam Kapoor net worth.

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Sonam Kapoor Net Worth

Sonam Kapoor is one of the highest paid Bollywood actresses and one of the highest paid celebrity endorsers in India. She has endorsed brands such as Colgate, Electrolux, Lux, Mont Blanc, Oppo Mobile, Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A. and Signature, L'Oréal.

Full Name:     Sonam Kapoor

Country:          Indian

Occupation:   Actress

Net Worth:      14.5 Million

Sonam Kapoor was born to a prominent Indian actor and producer Anil Kapooor in the Mumbai suburb of Chembur on 9 June 1985. Sonam Kapoor was born to a prominent Indian actor and producer Anil Kapooor in the Mumbai suburb of Chembur on 9 June 1985. She attended Arya Vidya Mandir school in Juhu and was  also trained in Kathak, classical music and Latin dance.

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She later started courses in economics and political science through University of Mumbai correspondence programme. In 2009 she was the first Indian actress to appear on The Hollywood Reporter's "Next Generation: Asia Class", a list of newcomers in film. She was ranked seventh on The Times of India's 2010 "Most Desirable Woman" list, placing 14th, 28th and 14th the next three years, and was in the top ten of UK magazine Eastern Eye's "World's Sexiest Asian Women" list from 2011 to 2014

Sonam Kapoor has help many charitable organisations for various causes. In 2009, she participated in the International Indian Film Academy Awards fashion show, which supports widows and orphans of Indian film-industry workers.

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