June Malia (Bengali Actress) Wiki, Age, Boyfriend, Husband, Family, Biography & More

June Malia, also known as June Malliah, is an Indian actress who mainly works in the Bengali Film Industry. She is also an active philanthropist.


June Malia was born on Wednesday, 24 June 1970 (age 49 years; as in 2019) in Darjeeling, West Bengal. Her zodiac sign is Cancer. She did her schooling from Mumbai’s Auxilium Convent High School and went to the University of Calcutta to pursue her graduation. June was very naughty in childhood.

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5’ 4”

Hair Colour: Brown

Eye Colour: Black

Family, Caste & Husband

June Malia belongs to a Hindu Family. Not much is known about her father. Her mother’s name is Parul Dube. June Malia is a divorcee. June has a son named Shibendra and a daughter named Shivangini (model).

June Malia with her daughter

June Malia with her children

June Malia with her mother and children

She is dating a Kolkata-based businessman, Sourav Chattopadhyay. The duo will tie the knot with each other on 5 December 2019.


June Malia started her acting career in 1996 with the Bengali Film “Lathi.” Subsequently, she appeared in Bengali films like “Nil Nirjane,” “Podokkhep,” “Box No. 1313,” “Teen Yaari Katha,” “Ebar Shabor,” and “Zulfiqar.”


In 2008, she featured in the documentary “Out in India: A Family’s Journey.”


She made her television debut in 2011 by hosting the season 3 of the Bengali game show “Didi No. 1.” June has also appeared in the web series “Virgin Mohito.” In 2018, she played a negative character in the Bengali family drama “Resham Jhanpi.” She was widely appreciated for playing the antagonist in the daily soap.




In 2019, she played the role of the mother-in-law of ‘Tuku’ (lead character) in the Bengali film “Sweater.”

Favourite Things

  • Food: Maggi, Mushroom, Cutlet
  • Dessert: Kheer
  • Actor: Mithun Chakraborty
  • Actress: Rekha
  • Singer: Kishore Kumar
  • Colour: Golden


  • Her hobbies include travelling and dancing.
  • She is a good cook.
  • June is actively involved in humanitarian activities and is a member of the West Bengal Commission for Women.
  • June revealed in an interview that once, in her childhood, she was slapped by her mother for talking to a boy on the landline phone.

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