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Veda Sastry


Veda Sastry

Veda Sastry
Born October 8, 1981
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh
Other names Archana
Occupation Actress
Years active 2004-present

Veda Archana Sastry (born on 8 October)[1] is an Indian film actress, known for her works predominantly in Telugu cinema, and for a few Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam films. Debuting as Veda in Tapana, she subsequently changed her stage name to Archana, by which she was more popularly known.[2] She is perhaps best known for her performances in Nenu, Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana and Aa Dinagalu.


Year Film Role Language Notes
2004 Tapana Ridhima Telugu
Nenu Divya Telugu
Konchem Touchlo Vunte Cheputanu Alakananda Telugu
Suryam Swati Telugu
2005 Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana Lalitha Telugu
Tanu Tanmai Telugu
2006 Lanka Malayalam
Kokila Sasi Telugu
Sri Ramadasu Seeta Telugu
Pournami Telugu
Samanyudu Aparna Telugu
2007 Athili Sattibabu LKG Telugu
Agaram Archana Tamil
Yamadonga Menaka (Celestial Beauty) Telugu
Aa Dinagalu Mallika Kannada
Vegam Archana Tamil
2008 Pandurangadu Telugu
2009 Bank Telugu
Minchu Baddi Maadevi Kannada
Thamizhagam Tamil
2010 Ramdev Telugu
Khaleja Telugu
Broker TV9 Reporter Telugu
Meghavarshini Kannada
2012 Kulumanali Aparna Telugu
2013 Karuppampatti Tamil
Sadhu Telugu Filming
Agarathi Tamil Filming
Mike Testing 143 Telugu Filming
Prematho Nuvvu Vastavani Telugu Filming
Poga Telugu Filming
Lady Jackiechan Telugu Filming
6 Tamil Filming
Mahabhakta Siriyala Telugu Filming
Panchami Telugu Post-Production
Mythri Kannada Filming
Kamalatho Naa Prayanam Telugu Filming


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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