Saadhika Randhawa

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Saadhika in 2005
Born Mumbai, India
Occupation Actress
Years active 1995–present

Saadhika Randhawa, also known as Saadhika, is an Indian actress. Saadhika made her debut in 1997 with Saawan Kumar's Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya opposite Ayub Khan. Saadhika appeared in a number of films including Hafta Vasuli, Kaaboo, Ab Ke Baras, Pyaasa, 2 October, Kash... Aap Humaare Hote, Shikaar, Bullet: Ek Dhamaka until 2005 and then disappeared from the spotlight.[1][2] In 2008, she made a comeback with the teenage B-grade comedy film Phir Tauba Tauba.

Early life[edit]

Hailing from a Jat Sikh army background, her father initially wanted her to become an engineer but when she got offers from Bollywood, he supported her. She has a sister, model Jesse Randhawa.[3]


Randhawa won the Jaipur Queen's Crown in 1993. It was here that Saawan Kumar noticed and signed her for Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya. After that she went on to star in the film Shikaar, and performed an item number in the film Satta.

Her subsequent attempt to break into the movie industry of southern India was not successful and she returned to Bollywood.[4] There she took a role in Ananth opposite Krishna (Govinda's nephew), Raj Sippy's Khujali to Aye Watan.[5]

Aside from performing in several stage shows, Randhawa has also worked in Daler Mehndi's music album Nabi Buba Nabi.

She had a controversial topless bathing scene in her B-grade comedy flick Phir Tauba Tauba.

Randhawa has also featured in Bhojpuri cinema. Her films Pyar Ke Bandhan and Purab with Manoj Tiwari were hits and her next few films Pandav opposite Ravi Kissen, and Abhay Sinha’s Janam Janam Ka Saath with both Ravi Kissen and Manoj Tiwari, will be ready for release soon.[6]


  • Sariya, Thavara (2010) (Tamil film)
  • Phir Tauba Tauba (2008) – Rubina
  • Love In India (2007)
  • Rivaaz (2007)
  • Bullet: Ek Dhamaka (2005) – Saadhika
  • Shikaar (2004) – Kamya
  • 2 October (Film) (2003)
  • Kash... Aap Hamare Hote (2003) – Simone
  • Satta (2003) – Guest appearance
  • Pyaasa (2002) – Suman
  • Sabse Bada Beiman (2000)
  • Goppinti Alludu (2000) (Telugu film)
  • Choosoddaam Randi (2000) (Telugu film) - Item number
  • Daldu Chorayu Dhire Dhire (2000) – Radha - Written n Directed by Jiten Purohit
  • Yamajatakudu (1999) – Pothana (Telugu film)
  • Hafta Vasuli (1998) – Radha
  • Suswagatham (1998) (Telugu film)
  • Sambhavam (1998) – Sirisha (Telugu film)
  • Salma Pe Dil Aa Gaya (1997)
  • Hello I Love You (1997) – Raja Hamsa (Telugu film)
  • Sanam Harjai (1995)


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