NYIFF 2011: closing night with poorna jagannathan NYIFF 2011: opening night red carpet NYIFF 2012:opening night
zenobiaand iyanah bativala in"little zizou" zenobia in"when harry tries to marry" zenobia with boman irani in"little zizou''
with kareena kapoor in 'ek main aur ekk tu'
Zenobia Shroff has been an actress for twenty years, she got her start in Mumbai under the mentor-ship of the legendary Pearl Padamsee. With Padamsee’s encouragement, she came to study acting at New York’s Circle in the Square theatre school. Soon after she honed her craft at the off Broadway theatre Castillo, where she played several and diverse roles such as Nora in Ibsen’s ‘ A Dolls house’ to German avant-gardist Heiner Muller.
She also performed in Mario Frattis “Erotic adventures in Venice” at the famed La Mama and Milan Kunderas “Jacques and his master”.
She has taught drama and movement extensively throughout the new York city area, primarily for inner city and low income children. She continues to tutor privately
Most recently she was in Sooni Taraporevalas “Little Zizou”, presented by Mira Nair. For that role she was nominated as best actress at the Mahindra Indo-American Arts Council film festival in 2008. Nest she was seen ‘When Harry tries to Marry’, an independent film. Most recently she was in her first Bollywood film,"Ek main aur ekk tu" with Kareena Kapoor and Imran Khan.
Zenobia is an accomplished Bharat Natyam dancer and writes and performs sketch comedy. Her one woman show,"Exotic Observations'', a humorous look at being a south Asian in New York City is available for performance.Her writing can be viewed on this website and www.theajnabee.com
Her acting reel and clips from ''ExoticObservations'' can be seen on this website and also on
But the scene-stealer of the film is Zenobia
Shroff she offers myriad shades to the role with her husband, with Zizou, with
her daughter or her mother she's spectacular. MUMBAI MID-DAY
Of the cast, Zenobia Shroff is outstanding as the harrowed mother, wife and daughter. At no time during her entire time on screen does one get the sense that her character Roxanne is not a real person. REDIFF.COM
Zenobia Shroff is fabulous as the Parsi
mother—she’s another one who seems like she’s unaware of the presence of a
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