Madalsa Sharmatos Latest Spicy Photo, Madalasa Sharma is a South Indian Actress. She was seen in Bollywood Samrat & company movie. She has also appeared in special appearance in telugu movie Ram Leela. She was last seen in Bollywood movie Paisa Ho Paisa which also stars Dhruv Bhandari and Kanishka Soni, Madalasa Sharma is a beautiful and charming actress.She was born on 18 february 1987 in Mumbai. In her childhood, she was trained with most of the classical dancing forms such as Mohini-Natiyam, BharatNatiyam, etc. She started her movie career with Telugu and Kannada films then shot for a German film in 2013 and a Punjabi film too. She made her bollywood debut with rajshree production in the film Samrat & company, Madalasa Sharma belongs to one of the Bollywood family as her mother, Sheila Sharma is a well known former actress and her father runs his own production house and is a script writer too, Paisa Ho Paisa is a Bollywood Hindi movie released on 3 April 2015 starring Dhruv Bhandari, Madalasa Sharma and Kanishka Soni, directed by Muktha Sunder. Paisa Ho Paisa is a romantic comedy with several roller coaster joyrides situated on the India roads. This film is a remake of Sundar’s Tamil film Pathayiram Kodi,
As far as Madalasa Sharma career is concerned, she started her acting profession with a Telugu movie called Fitting Master by EVV Satyanarayana, which was followed by next movie called Kadhalukku Maranamillai by K. T. Kunjumon’s. However, the said movie failed to hit the theatres due to some issues. She then headed to Kannada based movie called Shourya in 2010. The very same year, she headed to another Telugu movie called Alasyam Amrutham, wherein she received positive reviews about her performance, however, her next Tamil film called Thambikku Indha Ooru turned out to be a big disaster over the box office. While doing a couple of south Indian movies, she was offered the only maiden Bollywood movie called Angle, which was choreographed by Ganesh Acharya. The film was released in 2011 without any hype turning a moderate film over the box office.