"In fact I found the house in Manali, where 'Paranormal' shooting team stayed, similarly haunted," Sonali told PTI when asked if she had any paranormal experiences during shoot.
"Loud bangs could be heard on the window (of the house) in the early morning hours," she recalled.
Sonali will be essaying the role Ameena in the Sanjay Sharma directorial work, stated to be based on real paranormal phenomenon.
The former "Bigg Boss" contestant said that she is keen to gauge the audience response to "Paranormal".
Talking about her "Bigg Boss" experience, she said it was a self-discovery lesson for her.
Sonali said she was, however, not a reality show star and "Bigg Boss just happened to me."
"Currently I am not looking forward to television as I am concentrating on films," Sonali, who has been chosen the Fface of eastern region's first model hunt for showbiz fFace, said.
She is also part of the first Bollywood web series "Love Life, Screw Ups" where participants blow up the lid on their friendships, relationships, love affairs and break ups.
"This is a unique project and I feel proud to be part of it. In fact I watch series more than TV serials," she said.
"I am also doing a Marathi film 'Hero' which takes a peek into the Bollywood industry," she said.
The model said she hardly came across Mumbai girls in the modelling circuit and "I find more models from rest of the country.".
About shoots with models from the East, she said it was important for wannabe models from the region to get in touch with the right agencies like a platform like Fface to make it big on the national scene.