Sadíqova Sara Ğärif qızı aka Sara Sadíqova; Tatar Cyrillic: Садыйкова Сара Гариф кызы; Russian: Сады́кова Сара́ Гари́фовна; 1 November 1906 - 7 June 1986) was a Tatar actress, singer (soprano), and composer. Honoured Artist of Tatar ASSR (1937), People's Artist of Tatar ASSR (1977), Honoured Worker of Culture of the Russian SFSR (1984). In 1938-1948 she was a soloist of Musa Cälil Tatar Opera and Ballet Theatre. Sara performed parts in operas and musical comedies including Saniä, Qaçqın (Runaway), Ğäliäbanu, Başmağım (My Slippers), İldar, musical dramas On Qandır, The Employer. She is an author both of many song and musical comedies Mäxäbbät cırı (The Song of Love) (1971), and Kiäwlär (Sons-in-law) (1972) in collaboration with R. Ğöbäydullin. Sara Sadíqova is a laureate of the Ğabdulla Tuqay Tatar ASSR State Prize (1990, after her death).