Sabina Sheema is a Hindi screen actress. She is best known for her appearance in India's Best Cinestar Ki Khoj 2. It is a talent hunt show aired on Zee TV, where there are two winners, one male and one female. The winners are awarded lead roles in a film. Sabina competed in the second season of the show and won. She is yet to make her appearance in a film.

Rupali Krishnarao Hindi Actress

Rupali Krishnarao

Rupali Krishnarao played the role of Roopmati in a Bollywood film ‘koyelaanchal’ which released in 2014 which had actors like Vinod Khanna, Sunil Shetty, Vipinno in lead roles. The film was a flop, but it fetched a good critical response. The actress played a role of the prostitute but also essayed a character of a mother of a one-year-old kid. For this role, neither was she offered to sing a song nor not even was she allowed taking any make-up either. However, as expected, this film could not make a turning point in her career. This actress started her career in glamor world through a television serial through a Marathi serial Zunjh on Star Pravah. This serial fetched her rave reviews, and she was even bagged a few nomination for a couple of best actress award in Marathi Television industry. The actress was also seen playing the role of Anarkali in the serial 'Siayast' that was aired on Epic Channel. The plot is derived from popular book ‘The Twentieth Wife’ by author Indu Sundaresan. ‘Siyaasat’ is a story of politics, grandeur, power and above all else, the love between Salim and Mehrunissa, who was Salim’s twentieth and final wife. Hence in this serial, the actress Rupali had a small character to play. But actress claimed that her role as Anarkali had a depth in character and offered her a chance to showcase her talent as well. She also anchored a show on television named as ‘Bhramanti’ which was a travel show. She was even associated with Balaji Telefilms. This actress acted in a Marathi serial titled ‘MISSION DOSTI.COM’ which was produced by Shobha Kapoor and Ekta Kapoor, the serial was aired on SAAM TV( Marathi) Monday to Saturday 8.30 p.m from 28 May 2012.

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Sadhana Shivdasani

Sadhana Shivdasani was born in 1941 September 2nd and she was a well-known Indian actress in the 1960s as well as in the 1970s period. She is better known in this industry as Sadhana and she was a top star in the industry especially during this time period. She was born in Karachi, British India into a Sindhi family and she was also given her name based on the name of a famous actress and dancer named Sadhana Bose who was supposed to be her father’s favorite actress as well. After moving to Mumbai, Sadhana’s mother home-schooled her until the age of eight years and after that she was able to continue her schooling without issues at “Auxilium Convent”, Wadala. She also later attended ‘Jai Hind College’ to continue her higher education. She had a deep ambition to become an actress since she was at a young age, and while she was acting in her college play, some producers saw her and offered her a role to play in the first Sindhi film in India, which was ‘Abaana’ in the year 1958. She has acted in many more movies after this as well, such as ‘Shree 420’ in the year 1955, the ‘Love in Simla’ in the year 1960 and furthermore, “Hum Dono” in 1961. Another Version of This Bio… “Badi dilchasp ghaflat ho gayi hai, hai achanak unse ulfat ho gayi hai,” says Sadhana in the film, ‘Budtameez’ and this expression fits the feeling of how you will fall in love with Sadhana. She was one of the top actresses back in the 1960’s - early 1970’s, which is regarded to be Bollywood’s Golden Era. Her debut was in the film directed by the most talented, Raj Kapoor, she made a cameo appearance in the movie - Shree 420. However, her debut as a heroine was first in a Sindhi lingual film titled, Abaana. She then stepped onto the Bollywood platform with her debut in a romantic movie, Love in Simla. She then became almost everyone’s favorite, especially Raj Khosla who made her star in most of his films; Mera Saaya, ‘Anita’ and Woh Kaun Thi?. He instilled that stardom aura around her with his film ‘Woh Kaun thi?’, that went on to win several laurels and helped her bag the award from Filmfare for the best actress in the year 1965. She then went on to give major hits along the line, especially with the film, ‘Waqt’ for which she once again stole the show and won the Filmfare award for Best actress. Later in the year 2002, she was awarded the IIFA Lifetime achievement Award. Today, those tiny fringes in the front over one’s forehead aren’t considered to be a great style. However, back then, this style was labelled ‘Sadhana cut’ since she was the first heroine who came in front of the camera in style and the only one to have resembled the yester year’s most popular Hollywood actress, Audrey Hepburn. This ‘Sadhana cut’ was advised to her by none other than her beau and beloved husband Ram Krishna Nayyar who was the director of ‘Love in Simla’ as well. Sadhana was also known for her stylized tight fit churidar - kurta, which were imitated by several others down the road. In fact, in the Shah Rukh Khan starrer movie ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’, has a multi starrer song that portrays Bipasha Basu, in the same outfit as a tribute to Sadhana. Personally, Sadhana lived with her husband for 30 years, who tragically passed away due to Asthma. She then went on to rent an apartment in Santacruz, Mumbai that was owned by singer Asha Bhosle. She didn’t want to be photographed ever since she wanted people to remember her by her Golden past. Unfortunately, Sadhana, who walked the ramp in support for Cancer and AIDS patients back in the year 2014, was confirmed to have been suffering from cancer by her relative. She passed away in the year 2015 on the 25th of December, and she will never be forgotten. Another version of This Bio.. Sadhna Shivadasani is an Indian actress. People know her for her performance in her debut movie Nadiya Ke Paar. The movie footmarked its release in the year 1982. This was Rajshree production. Rajshree production had its firm name regarding film making and doing a debut film with such a famous production house was itself a great launch for any actress. She played the role Chuttki in the movie. Her character was bubbly, mischievous and adorable. She made justice to the role. Sachin Pidgaonkar was the lead actor opposite her. They both made a great couple for this movie on the screen. Sadhna depicted a typically a teenage girl in the first half whereas she displayed poise and grace in the next half of the movie. The movie was a success. After this, audiences saw her in other movies like Sur aur Sangam and Falak. Her career was facing decline after few of her movies and the actress made her way to television. The actress did many television series, and remained connected with the audiences in some or the other way. She was not doing any lead roles anymore, but her characters were so strong and done with such conviction that audiences left with no option but to praise her. She also turned to Bhojpuri movie industry in the course of time. The actress gained a lot of fame in this industry also. She established her firmly. Her recent work in Bhojpuri cinemas includes Jugni of 2016 and Mai Ka Bitwa of the year 2015. She is lucky to have a daughter named Sheena Shahabadi. Her daughter is also following her footsteps. Her daughter is an actress and made her debut with Satish Kaushik’s directorial movie Tere Sang. The movie did not do as expected but Sheena’s performance was worthy of appreciation in the movie. Sadhana died on 25 December 2015 in Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai  due to cancer.

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Sadhana Shivdasani Hindi Actress