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.


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.


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.


  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