Despite being related to Jasmine, Sharma is not a royal and works. The Sultan mention that Sharma is Jasmine's cousin, though he never mentions whether she is her paternal or maternal cousin. However, Sharma was probably meant to be her maternal cousin since she looks nothing like The Sultan and she bears a resemblance to Jasmine who is supposed to look like her mother. She works as a teacher at the Royal Academy.
Sharma only has a brief appearance but she is obviously stressed out about her job and overworked. She also must be pretty intelligent to be a teacher. She is similar to Jasmine in the first movie; Jasmine is frustrated with her duties as a princess and Sharma is frustrated with her duties as a teacher.
Sharma is a Middle Eastern young woman. She does look a lot like Jasmine. They both have the same dark skin, wide brown eyes, broad nose, red lips, thick black eyebrows, and black hair. She wears a lavender head scarf, bell sleeved long purple dress, purple harem pants, magenta waist slash, brown curled toe shoes and brown hoop earrings. Unlike Jasmine's, her attire is more culturally accurate and modest.
Sharma is never seen or mentioned in the original three Aladdin movies. She is only seen briefly in Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams.
Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams
She appears as a school teacher who is stressed out by her unruly pupils at Royal Academy. When Jasmine comes to the academy one day to be her "Royal Assistant Educator." Sharma runs out of the Academy distressed and is relieved to see her cousin. She thanks her for being there but informs her she needs to take a "mental health day". She also warns Jasmine if she needs help to call the guards—lots of them for that matter.
- Sharma is the first seen or mentioned relative of a Disney Princess who is not a spouse, sibling, or parent.
- Sharma bears a resemblance to Jasmine in that they both have dark skin, wide brown eyes, the same shaped nose, thick black eyebrows and black hair.