Sadhana Shivdasani, popularly known by the mononym Sadhana, was an Indian film actress, who appeared in many successful films of 1960s and 70s. Regarded as one of the finest top leading film actresses in the history of Hindi cinema, Sadhana was the highest-paid actress of her time from early 1960s to late 1970s
|Birth Date||:||02 September 1941|
|Birth Place||:||Karachi, Pakistan|
Aap Aye Bahaar Ayee [5 July 1971 (India)]
Kumar and Rohit, who are childhood friends, soon turn enemies when Kumar molests Rohit's fiancee out of jealousy. She feels unworthy of Rohit and calls off the wedding.
Movie starring Sheila Ramani, Shyam, Sadhana Shivdasani and is directed by Deepak Asha.
Akalangalil Abhayam [16 May 1980]
The son of a single mother kills a person who had tried to rape her. During the trial, when the mother steps in to give her verdict, she finds that the judge is none other than her son's father.
Amaanat [1 January 1977 (India)]
Suresh is forced to abandon his wife Shanti and son Deepak after he is framed for murder by Sonia and Amar, who need Amar's insurance policy in order to build a criminal organization.
Anita [1967 (India)]
When Anita commits suicide, Neeraj suspects foul play and decides to investigate the truth. However, things take a turn when he starts seeing Anita everywhere.
Arzoo [16 June 1950]
When Badal is presumed to be dead, his lover, Kamini, gets married to Thakur. Years later, he returns and pretends to be in love with her sister-in-law in order to seek revenge from her.
Anand, a rich youngster, leaves the comforts of his home in order to prove himself. Once in Bombay, he meets and falls in love with Renu, who is hiding a secret from her family.
Shanta, an ill-mannered girl, falls in love with Shyam who has been hired to teach her a lesson. They decide to marry, but things go wrong when Shyam's marriage with another girl is announced.
Bus Conductor [23 December 2005 (India)]
Kunjakka, a bus conductor, struggles as his rival Anil, who runs another bus in the same city, always creates trouble for him.
C.I.D. Nazir [14 April 1971]
When CID officer Chandran, who is working on a tedious case, gets murdered, officer Nazir takes over his case and endeavours to catch his killers.
Chandanachola [20 June 1975]
Chandanachola is a 1975 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Jeassy and produced by Dr. Balakrishnan. The film stars Jose Prakash, Sudheer, Vidhubala and Vincent in the lead roles. The film had musical score by K. J. Joy.
Chhote Sarkar 
Moti and Raja are twins. While Moti is loved by everyone, Raja, who paints women, is considered a fool. When Moti's wife falsely accuses Raja of rape, the family throws him out of the house.
Danger Biscuit [21 November 1969]
Balachandran, an undercover policeman, is tasked with investigating the smuggling of gold biscuits, which leads him to shocking discoveries.
Dil Daulat Duniya [1972 (India)]
Udharchand, a homeless man, decides to live in a house with other people while the owner is away. Things change when the owner disguises himself and decides to live with the trespassers.
Divas Forever 
Dulha Dulhan 
Chanda, unconscious for three days goes home only to realize a stranger by the name Rajkumar claims to be her husband and calls her by the name of Rekha. Will Chanda be able to solve this mystery?
Ek Musafir Ek Hasina 
A runaway bride meets a charming stranger and falls in love with him while tending to his wounds. However, when the man meets with an accident leading to amnesia, he completely forgets her.
Ek Phool Do Mali [7 May 1969 (India)]
Amar, a mountaineering student, falls in love with Somna. They decide to get married shortly after Amar returns from a climbing expedition, but an avalanche at the expedition changes everything.
Gopal visits a haunted 'Haweli' on a hill station. Here, he encounters a dancer, Seema as well as his look-alike. He enlists their help to unravel the mystery of the mansion.
Geetaa Mera Naam [19 January 1974 (India)]
Four siblings are separated at a fair and raised in different environments. However, fate plays its hand and the siblings cross paths due to a murder investigation.
Hum Dono 
Hum Sub Chor Hain 
Hum Sub Chor Hain, also known as The Criminals, is a 1973 Hindi crime action film directed by Marutirao Parab. The film stars Dara Singh and Sheikh Mukhtar in the lead roles. The film was released on 9 January 1973 and was certified U by the Central Board of Film Certification.
When Reeta is falsely implicated by Sohanlal, she seeks revenge. After her release from prison, she meets Heeralal, Sohanlal's former business partner, and together they plot to bring him down.
Inteqam: The Perfect Game [November 2004 (India)]
When Aditya is found brutally murdered exactly the way Avantika, a novelist, describes it in her book, ACP Uday is tasked with solving the murder.
Ishq Par Zor Nahin 
Amar, a rich man, introduces Ram, his poor friend to his father. His father hires Ram conditionally. Amar loves Sushma and asks Ram to write her a love letter on his behalf. But Sushma falls for Ram.
Ivanente Priyaputhran [29 September 1977]
Ivanente Priyaputhran is a 1977 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Hariharan and produced by C. Das and K. C. Joy. The film stars Prem Nazir, KP Ummer, Sheela and Jayan in the lead roles. The film has musical score by K. J. Joy.
Jis Desh Mein Ganga Behti Hai [1960 (India)]
A few bandits kidnap Raju, who falls in love with their chief's daughter. Things take a turn when he informs the police about them and they set out to kill the clan.
Jungle Ki Hasina [Geethapriya]
Kaadaaru Maasam [20 November 1976]
Kaadaaru Maasam is a 1976 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Dr. Balakrishnan and produced by Blessed pictures. The film stars Sadhana and Vincent in the lead roles. The film has musical score by B. A. Chidambaranath.
Kandavarundo [11 February 1972]
An honest police commissioner is dismissed after he miserably fails to solve a serious case. In order to regain his lost honour, her daughter sets out in pursuit of the truth.
Love in Simla 
Sonia, an orphan, lives with her aunt and cousin, Sheela, who torment her for her plain looks. Disheartened, Sonia challenges Sheela that she will make the latter's boyfriend fall in love with her.
A young woman discovers a dark secret about her widowed father and tries to make amends, but does not realise that the step she is about to take will turn their lives upside down.
Raja's frequent brush with crime forces his sister Rani to disown him, and she decides to work in Dr Mohan's house. However, Dr Mohan finds out the truth about Rani and her brother.
Mera Saaya 
Rakesh Singh, a wealthy lawyer, returns home after he learns about his wife Geeta's illness. Though she dies in his arms, a woman who resembles Geeta is caught by the police.
Mere Mehboob [1963 (India)]
Anwar loves Husna whose brother approves the alliance despite the difference in their social status. Trouble comes in the form of a courtesan in Anwar's life and Husna's brother's mounting debts.
Pachanottukal [9 September 1973]
Leelamma's wedding is thrown in jeopardy after her father loses the money he got after selling off his land. Paulose, an unemployed young man, finds the money and uses it for his own good.
Panchavadi [23 February 1973]
Detective Sathish sets out on a pursuit of Aspashtananda Swami, a notorious smuggler who will leave no stone unturned to find his missing shipment of priceless black diamonds.
Parakh is a Bollywood social film. It was released in 1944. Directed by Sohrab Modi, it starred Mehtab, Yakub, Eruch Tarapore, Latika and Balwant Singh. The music was composed by Khursheed Anwar and Saraswati Devi.
Prem Patra 
Arun begins hating Kavita when he is forced to drop out of college after a misunderstanding with her. But when he loses his vision in an accident, Kavita poses as his fiancee and takes care of him.
Raathriyile Yaathrakkaar [20 August 1976]
Raathriyile Yaathrakkaar is a 1976 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P. Venu and produced by Aswathy Suku. The film stars Jayabharathi, Adoor Bhasi, Sreelatha Namboothiri and Bahadoor in the lead roles. The film has musical score by G. Devarajan.
Rajkumar [20 October 1964 (India)]
A maharaja is pleased when his son Bhanu Pratap returns from abroad but discovers that he is not worthy of being a king. Soon, Bhanu Pratap uncovers a dangerous plot that endangers him and his family.
Rakta Pushpam [Sasikumar]
Roommates Ashok and Kishore live in a hostel. Kishore, who is honest to the core, disapproves of his father and his roommate, who have both compromised their ideals.
Sambhavami Yuge Yuge [Sambavami yuge yuge]
Three brothers, who are jobless, lead a carefree life and make money by cheating people. Their lives take a turn when they learn that one of them is the son of a rich man.
Shree 420 [6 September 1955 (India)]
Raj falls prey to an unethical lifestyle when a rich businessman, Sonachand, lures him into it. However, when Raj realizes Sonachand's unscrupulous ways, he decides to make amends.
Stree [31 August 2018 (India)]
The people of Chanderi live under constant fear of Stree, the spirit of a woman who attacks men at night during festivals. Vicky, along with his friends, decides to unravel the mystery.
Ulfat Ki Nayee Manzilen [5 August 1994]
Vandana is a 1975 Indian film directed by Narendra Suri in Hindi language under the banner of N.K.R. Films. The film released on 31 December 1975 starring Parikshat Sahni, Sadhana, Sarika and Bindu.
Waqt [28 July 1965 (India)]
An earthquake tears a businessman's family apart. Years later, they reunite in a courtroom trial where the father meets his sons under unprecedented circumstances.
Woh Kaun Thi? [1964 (India)]
Anand, a well-respected doctor, is plagued by a series of eerie events after he gives a lift to a mysterious woman. He tries to find out the truth, but circumstances make him lose his sanity.
Yakshagaanam [23 January 1976]
While on a trip to Ravi's estate, Dr Venu, an NRI, realises that his sister Savithri is possessed by a spirit and seeks the help of his psychiatrist friend.
- 02 September 1941.
- Karachi, Pakistan.