Aadha Sharma

Aadha Sharma is one of the upcoming movie actresses. As she is from Mumbai all think that she is a north Indian artist, but actually she is from south India. She is from Tamil Nadu and from a Brahmin family. Her father is from Madhurai and mother is from Kerala. Aadha Sharma’s father was a navy employee and worked for Merchat Navy as a captain. Her mother was a traditional dance teacher. She was born and broughup in Mumbai.

Aadha Sharma earned a very good name in her Hindi movie  “Hasi tho Fasi”, in which she played a role of the elder sister, by seeing Aadha Sharma in this movie most of them though that her to be a Punjabi. One will come to know about her only when she dresses herself in the north Indian style and when someone hears about her favorite dishes like Idly, Dosa, Sambar, etc. she always prefer to have such type of foods. She says that if anyone wants to eat dosa of South India, they have to taste her handmade dosa’s.

She always thought of selecting her career which would be very different, so she stopped he studies after 10th standard and started her career as a model. For 4 years she tried for a good role in movies.  In the year 2008 she got her first chance. She worked under the direction of Mr Vikram Bhat in the movie “1920”. Later she got the chance to work in the movie “Hasi tho Fasi”. When she was working in that movie she approached Mr Puri Jaganath and showed herself in that movie. After one year she got a call from Mr Puri Jaganath to work in the movie “heart attack”. She also worked with Allu Arjun in the movie “Son of Sathyamurthy” and also worked in a Kannada movie with Puneeth Rajkumar in “Rana Vikramarka” which ruled successfully.

Upcoming movies:  Telugu – Movie Garam with Hero Aadhi, Subramanyam for sale with director Harish Shankar. Other than these she is working in one Tamil movie and two telugu movies. She is also working in a short film called “Kshnam”

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