'Traffic Signal' actress Yoggitta Dandaykar in a new film on HIV
Yoggitta Dandaykar, who made her Bollywood foray with Madhur Bhandarker’s 'Traffic Signal' (2007), is now essaying the lead in Sharad Thakur’s 'Zara Sambhal Ke'
Yoggitta Dandaykar, who made her Bollywood foray with Madhur Bhandarker’s Traffic Signal (2007), is now essaying the lead in Sharad Thakur’s Zara Sambhal Ke.
The film propagates that in case of HIV, it is better to be safe than sorry. The young starlet has been a face in Marathi theatre with Eka Peksha Ek, Gela Madhav Kunekade with Harsh Shivsharan, Bayko Kamaal Meyoni Dhamaal alongside Janardhan Lavenjure and in Gujarati theatre with Tame Toh Sav Eva Neva alongside Firoz Bhagat, Sakena Raho Ne Sukho Thao with Amit Devatia and Samay Ni Santakukdi.
Apart from that, she is known for her roles in Marathi Movies, Sukhaant with Sanjay Surkar, Rada Rox with Rahul Thackeray, Gammat Eka Ratrichi with Jaju Bros.