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Shobna Gulati honoured with MBE in King’s Birthday Honours List

Shobna Gulati, widely recognised for her role in ‘Coronation Street’, has been awarded a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the King’s Birthday Honours list.

The 57-year-old actress, who portrayed Sunita Alahan on the popular soap opera from 2001 to 2013, is being honoured for her significant contributions to the cultural industries. Gulati’s diverse career spans television, theatre, and film, where she has consistently showcased her talent and dedication.

Receiving the MBE marks a notable recognition of Gulati’s impact on the arts and her influence within the entertainment industry. Her role in ‘Coronation Street’ not only endeared her to millions of viewers but also highlighted her versatility as an actress.

In addition to her celebrated role on ‘Coronation Street’, Gulati has made substantial contributions to the cultural landscape through various performances and public engagements. Her work has inspired many, and this prestigious accolade serves as a testament to her enduring legacy in the arts.