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Sadha in 2010 promoting Click
Sadaf Mohamed Sayed

Other namesSadaa
Occupation(s)Actress, Wildlife Photographer, Entrepreneur
Years active2002–present

Sadaf Mohammed Sayed, also known by her stage name Sadha, is an Indian actress who mainly appears in Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada films. She was introduced to the Telugu film industry by the director Teja along with Nithiin in the film Jayam (2002). [1] [2] [3]



After making her debut in Jayam (2002), Sadha appeared in the Tamil film Anniyan (2005), opposite Vikram directed by S. Shankar. Since then, she has appeared in a number of films across various film industries of India, in different languages including Monalisa (2004) in Kannada and Click (2010) in Hindi.[ citation needed ]

In 2014, Sadha joined as a judge for the ninth season of Jodi No 1 on Vijay TV. In 2016, Sadha starred as judge in Dhee Juniors 1 & 2 , a dance-based show produced by Mallemala Entertainments in Telugu. she is a judge on Dhee Jodi with Sekhar Master, with each season running over a period of one year. It is a weekly show that is broadcast on Wednesdays at 9:30 pm IST on ETV Telugu. She is known for her dressing style in the show.[ citation needed ]

She appeared in the films Eli in 2015 and Torchlight in 2018. [4]

Other works

Sadha Sayed is an animal rights supporter, animal rescuer and a vegan. She supports the Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations (FIAPO) and has encouraged veganism. [5]



2002 Jayam Sujatha Telugu Won - Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu
2003 Praanam Kathyayani / UmaTelugu
Naaga VijiTelugu
Jayam Sujatha Tamil
2004 Donga Dongadi VijjiTelugu
Aethiree PriyaTamil
Monalisa Monalisa / Spandana Kannada
Leela Mahal Center AnjaliTelugu
Varnajaalam AbhiramiTamil
2005 Avunanna Kaadanna AravindaTelugu
Anniyan Nandini KrishnaTamilNominated - Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil
Priyasakhi Priya SanthanakrishnanTamil
2006 Chukkallo Chandrudu ShravaniTelugu
Thirupathi PriyaTamil
Mohini 9886788888 VarshaKannada
Veerbhadra ChandramukhiTelugu
Naan Aval Adhu AshwiniTamilRemains Unreleased
2007Janmam Malayalam Special appearance
Unnale Unnale JhansiTamil
Classmates RaajiTelugu
Shankar Dada Zindabad SandhyaTeluguGuest appearance
Takkari PriyaTelugu
2008 Novel Priya NandiniMalayalam
2009 Love Khichdi Sandhya Iyengar Hindi
2010 Click SoniaHindi
Huduga Hudugi MayaKannadaGuest appearance
Mylari AnithaKannada
2011 Mallikarjuna PriyaKannada
Puli Vesham AshwiniTamil
2012 Aarakshaka KatherineKannada
Mythri MythriTelugu
2013Dasa TirigindiSadhaTelugu
2014KelviSadhaMalayalamSpecial appearance
Yamaleela 2 SadhaTeluguSpecial appearance
2015 Eli JulieTamil
2016 Dil Toh Deewana Hai AnamikaHindi
2018 Torchlight NilaTamil


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