JasleenKaur wrote:I am pronouncing Sa-cher-day is that right ?
I agree with the other people who have responded - there is no ch or tju in the word. I'm in the western United States and pronounce it sætərdeɪ (sat-er-day). The /t/ sound is pretty variable, depending on the speaker and how fast they are speaking: t̬/ɾ/d/t/tʰ (sadder-day, satter-day, etc). At times from other speakers I've also heard sætərdi (sat-er-dee), again with variable /t/.
Forvo has a variety of speakers pronouncing this word, and all of them sound fine and perfectly understandable (although it's quite obvious that they are from different regions of the English-speaking world). The last speaker uses the -di pronunciation at the end of the word, but -deɪ is more standard. I would say the first two examples on the Forvo site are closest to the way I pronounce the word myself, particularly the second one.
Listen to Forvo's variations of this word here: http://forvo.com/word/saturday/