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Post by Darkman on Sat Jan 12, 2008 11:26 am

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Sadha (Born 17 February 1984, in India as Sadhaaf Syed Mohammed) is a popular Indian actress. Although, her mother-tongue is Marathi, she has acted in various Tamil, Telugu and Kannada movies. Her Tamil Movie Anniyan is blockbuster in Tamil Nadu and also dubbed into Telugu as a name of Aparichithudu. And then, Anniyan was also dubbed into hindi named Aparichit and that also scored well in box-office. Her recent Tamil movie,named Unnale Unnale was very big Music Hit in 2007. Sada is an actress in Telugu and Tamil film industry. She is 5 feet 4 and 1/2 inches tall (quote from an interview). She has performed in all south Indian languages. She was born in a Marathi Muslim family from Ratnagiri, Maharashtra in India. She is the only daughter of her family. She did her schooling in Ratnagiri Sacred Hearts Convent and she went to Mumbai to continue her studies till her first movie was a commercial hit. She had completed her first semester in her Engineering in Information Technology at SNDT College of Engineering, Mumbai. She also is a trained Kathak dancer. Her debut was Jayam(Telugu) alongside Nitin. Afterwards, she acted in Aethiree opposite Madhavan and Varnajalam opposite Srikanth. She received a best Newcomer Filmfare Award for it in 2002. Her most successful movie to date was the Tamil Anniyan (2005).Once her debut Tamil movie Jeyam was a good hit, she discontinued her education and with her parents'' support became a full-fledged actress. Her screen name is Sada, which was taken from her real name and her nick name is darlo (from the word "darling"). Although Marathi is her mother tongue, Sadha has good understanding of dialogues in movies before going for a take.This name made the whole industry to look out at her.
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