December 09, 2019

Radha Saluja Biography, Age, Husband, Children, Family, Caste, Wiki & More

Updated On : August 27, 2019

Other Name: Radha
Appearance: Bollywood Punjabi Tamil Telugu Malayalam Urdu

Short Biography

Radha Saluja was born in Mumbai in the state of Maharashtra, India. She is an Indian Film Actress.

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Radha Saluja Complete Bio & Career

Radha Saluja began her career through Bollywood film Do Raha in the year 1971. She then appeared as a female lead in numerous film, like Aaj Ki Taaza Khabar (1973), Man Jeete Jag Jeet (1973) and Dukh Bhanjan Tera Naam (1974), Man jeete jag jeet Sikh religious films in Punjabi, wherein she was cast alongside Sunil Dutt. She also appeared alongside M.G. Ramachandran in the Tamil films, Idayakani (1975) and Indrupol Endrum Vaazhga (1977) and with N. T. Rama Rao and Rajinikanth in the Telugu film, Tiger (1979).

She made a comeback to the silver screen after 20 years in 2003 with the Hindi film titled Banana Brothers in the year 2003. Since then she has never been seen on the silver screen and is settled with her family in the United States.

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Radha Saluja Family, Relatives and Other Relations

Film editor Renu Saluja is her sister. She is married to Samim Zaidi.

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Body Measurements

Skin Colour Fair
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black

Personal Info

Home Town Mumbai
Nationality American
Religion Hindu
Address Los Angeles, California, United States
School N/A
College N/A
Qualification N/A
Hobbies Reading and Travelling
Marital Status Married
Debut Bollywood - Do Raha (1971)
Punjabi - Morni (1972)
Tamil - Idhayakkani (1975)
Malayam - Anugraham (1976)
Telugu - Tiger (1979)
Best Movies Haar Jeet (1972) and Ek Mutthi Aasmaan (1973) among others
Salary N/A
Net Worth N/A
Official Website N/A

Shocking / Interesting Facts & Secrets About Radha Saluja

  • While in the United States, she sang with two music groups that performed across the US.
  • After her film career was over, she took on a job with federal law services working as a special interpreter of Asian languages at a Los Angeles court.