Husband: Irfan Talikoti
Father: Abdul Karim Telgi
|Maiden name||Sana Telgi India Today|
|Full name||Sana Irfan Talikoti Hindustan Times|
|Known for||Being the daughter of Abdul Karim Telgi, the convict of 2003 Stamp Paper Scam|
|Relationships & More|
|Husband/Spouse||Irfan Talikoti (businessman)|
|Parents||Father- Abdul Karim Telgi (counterfeiter; died due to multiple organ failure on 23 October 2017)
Mother- Shahida Telgi (homemaker; died due to prolonged illness in 2022)
|Paternal Grandparents||Grandfather- Shariefabee Ladsaab Telgi
Grandmother- Ladsaab Telgi (worked in Indian Railways; deceased)
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sana Talikoti
- Sana Talikoti is the daughter of Abdul Karim Telgi, who was convicted in the 2003 stamp paper scam in India. Sana gained significant attention in December 2022 when she took legal action against director Hansal Mehta. The lawsuit centred around a series depicting the 2003 scam and her family’s connection to it, particularly her father.
- Sana Talikoti belongs to a Muslim family.
- In December 2022, Sana took legal action against director Hansal Mehta for directing a series about the 2003 scam involving her parents. According to her, the series relied on a book with factual inaccuracies, which she believed affected her family’s right to privacy, dignity, and self-respect. The production company, however, countered that the series could not violate her family’s rights as the information about her family and the scam was already publicly available. In the same year, the Mumbai court rejected Sana’s request to restrict the release of the series.
- The biographical financial thriller series ‘Scam 2003: The Telgi Story’ was released on SonyLIV in 2023.