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Sadha at Click film promotional photo shoot.jpg
Sadha at Click film promotional photo shoot, 2008
Born Sadaf Mohmad Sayed
Ratnagiri, India
Other names Sada
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present

Sadaf Mohammed Sayed, better known as Sadha, is an Indian actress who mainly appears in South Indian cinema. Her most notable films include Jayam, Anniyan and Unnale Unnale.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Sadha was born to a Muslim family in Ratnagiri, Maharashtra. Her father is a doctor and her mother a bank executive.[2] She did her schooling at Ratnagiri's Sacred Hearts Convent High School and then moved to Mumbai, where she was offered director Teja's teenage love story Jayam in Telugu which went on to become one of the biggest blockbusters of that year. Sadha is a current resident of Mumbai and has a house in Hyderabad.[3]


After making a remarkable debut with Jayam, Sadha appeared in the Tamil movie Anniyan opposite Vikram directed by Shankar, which is her most successful movie to date. Since then, she has appeared in a number of films across movie industries in India, in different languages including Monalisa in Kannada and Click in Hindi.


Year Film Role Language Notes
2002 Jayam Sujatha Telugu Filmfare Award for Best Actress
2003 Praanam Kathyayani/Uma Telugu
2003 Naaga Telugu
2003 Jayam Sujatha Tamil
2004 Donga Dongadi Vijji Telugu
2004 Aethiree Priya Tamil
2004 Monalisa Monalisa/Spandana Kannada
2004 Leela Mahal Center Anjali Telugu
2004 Varnajaalam Abhirami Tamil
2005 Avunannaa Kaadannaa Aravinda Telugu
2005 Anniyan Nandini Krishna Tamil Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Actress
2005 Priyasakhi Priya Santhanakrishnan Tamil
2006 Chukkallo Chandrudu Shravani Telugu
2006 Thirupathi Priya Tamil
2006 Mohini 9886788888 Sumana Kannada
2006 Veerbhadra Chandramukhi Telugu
2007 Janmam Malayalam Special appearance
2007 Unnale Unnale Jhansi Tamil Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Actress
2007 Classmates Raaji Telugu
2007 Shankar Dada Zindabad Sandhya Telugu Guest appearance
2007 Takkari Priya Telugu
2008 Novel Priya Nandini Malayalam
2009 Love Khichdi Sandhya Iyengar Hindi
2009 A Aa E Ee Ramya Telugu
2010 Click Sonia Hindi
2010 Huduga Hudugi Maya Kannada Guest appearance
2010 Mylari Anitha Kannada
2011 Mallikarjuna Kannada
2011 Puli Vesham Ashwini Tamil
2011 Naan Aval Adhu Ashwini Tamil Delayed
2012 Aarakshaka Katherine Kannada
2012 Mythri Mythri Telugu
2013 Madha Gaja Raja Tamil Special appearance
2013 Dasa Tirigindi Sada Telugu
2014 Kelvi Sada Malayalam Special appearance
2014 Yamaleela 2 Sada Telugu Special appearance
2015 Eli Sadha Tamil Filming


  1. ^ "Rediff Blogs". Retrieved 2012-07-12. 
  2. ^ "Interview: Sadha". Behindwoods. Retrieved 21 January 2013. 
  3. ^ "Sada riding high in her career". IndiaGlitz. Retrieved 21 January 2013. 

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