Adah Sharma's Profile

Adah Sharma

Age : 30

Date of Birth : 1992-May-11

Height : 170

Weight : 54

Figure : 35-28-35

Complexion : Very Fair

Body type : Slim

Industry : Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu

Education : Bachelor of Arts

Relationship : Single

Zodiac sign : Taurus

Hair color : Black

Hair pattern : Long Layer

Eye color : Brown

Religion : Hindu

Profession : Actor, Model

Father's name : S.L. Sharma

Mother's name : Sheila Sharma

Siblings :

Home town : Mumbai

Current locaion : Mumbai

Languages known : Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, English

About :

Adah Sharma is a well known and capable Indian actress. She works in Hindi and Telugu language films. She was brought into the world 11 May 1992. She is outstanding for her jobs in 1920 (2008), Heart Attack (2014), the show S/O Satyamurthy (2015), the activity satire Subramanyam available to be purchased (2015), the sentiment Garam (2016). Furthermore, she earned Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut designation.

She was conceived in a Tamil Brahmin family and was brought up in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Her dad S. L. Sharma, who hails from Madurai, Tamil Nadu, was a commander in the vendor naval force and her mom, a local from Nattupura is an old style artist. Adah did her tutoring from Auxilium Convent High School in Pali Hill, Bandra, Mumbai. When she was in Class X, she had chosen to turn into an on-screen character. She needed to drop out of school yet her folks demanded that she in any event complete her schooling. In the wake of completing her Plus Two, she quit contemplating.

Career :

Trying to enter in the film industry, Sharma auditioned for several roles in Mumbai, but was rejected either because of her curly hair or because the makers felt that she looked too young. She eventually landed the lead female role in the 2009 Hindi horror film 1920 opposite Rajneesh Duggal and directed by Vikram Bhatt. Her portrayal of a possessed woman was unanimously praised by critics. The Times of India's Nikhat Kazmi commented that she "delivers a consummate performance", lie wrote that she "rocks in her debut with a great performance". Other reviewers labelled her performance as "excellent", "[exceptionally] brilliant", and "incredibly convincing". The film was a commercial success, too, Bhatt's first box office hit after six years and 10 films, and earned Sharma a Best Female Debut nomination at the 54th Filmfare Awards. Three years later, she had her next release, Phhir, again a horror film, which saw her collaborating with Vikram Bhatt, who wrote the film, and her 1920 co-star Rajneesh Duggal. Phhir, however, was not as well received as 1920, opening to negative reviews, and failing at the box office, with Sharma getting mixed response for her performance. While Sujata Chakrabarti wrote that "not even for a minute does she exude the intensity of being a psychic", Sify's Sonia Chopra stated that she was "the only one in the film who can act". Her third film, the romantic comedy Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke, released another two years later and was a critical and financial failure. In 2014, Sharma had two releases: Puri Jagannadh's romance Heart Attack opposite Nithiin, that marked her Telugu debut and a Hindi film Hasee Toh Phasee alongside Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra, which released seven days later and featured her in a supporting role.