Heeba Shah

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Heeba Shah
Nationality Indian
Occupation Actress
Known for Theater
Parents Naseeruddin Shah (Father)
Manara Sikri (mother)
Ratna Pathak (Step-mother)
Relatives Imaad Shah (half-brother)
Vivaan Shah (half-brother)

Heeba Shah is an Indian film and theater actress.[1]

Early life[edit]

Heeba Shah was born in Aligarh to noted Bollywood actor Naseeruddin Shah when he was only 20 years old,[2] from his first marriage with Manara Sikri (alias Parveen Murad). She is niece of Surekha Sikri.[3] She did her graduation from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai and then went to National School of Drama.

Career[edit]

Heeba Shah acted in Mango Souffle (2002), her first feature film, Haathi Ka Anda and Missed Call.

She did popular Television series, Balika Vadhu as a young Dadisa. The Role of Dadisa is originally played by Surekha Sikri her maternal aunt.

Theater[edit]

She acted in plays like Mughal Bachcha, Chhui Muee and Gharwali. She narrated the play, Chhui Muee. She also did a solo play, Ekant Ke Rang.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Neeraja Murthy (15 December 2007) "Laudable effort". The Hindu.
  2. ^ Parul Pandey (7 May 2011) Heeba, Naseer's daughter, choosy about movies. Times of India
  3. ^ Did you know why Heeba Shah agreed to play the role of the young Daadisa? tellychakkar.com. 17 August 2009