is a multi-talented person who had been a part of various departments in the film industry, including editing, producing and also handling the camera. She started her career in 2000. Anuradha is the first Indian female editor, who worked in Hollywood. She had worked in documentaries, feature films and short films in India and Hollywood. Anuradha Singh is noted for her editing work in India’s Daughter, a documentary on the Jyoti Singh's case and the documentary released in 2015. To complete the documentary movie, Anuradha took nearly 100 hours. She damaged her tailbone and wrists while working on this film for 20 hours a day.
Anuradha worked as an associate to the award-winning editor,
. After she made the documentary, Touch the Sky with Glory, she got an opportunity to work in Hollywood. Anuradha had also worked as a cinematographer in a documentary film,
and also directed it. Some of her famous works as an editor/assembly editor/ coeditor are: Charminar: A Jewel of Hyderabad - Archaeological Survey of India, Patliputra Express, Youngistaan, IN Between, A Strange Love Story, 2 Nights in Soul Valley, Bloodmonkey and Wings of Legacy. She worked as an assembly editor in the
that released in 2008, which is one of her career-defining works. The Warrior Queen of Jhansi is one of her best works as an assembly editor. She had also worked as an assembly editor for the TV Series, Beecham House, in 2019.