Nina Wadia

Nina Wadia
Name : Nina Wadia
Birth Date :18 December 1968
Birth Place :Mumbai
Nationality :NA

Nina Wadia is a British actress, known for playing Zainab Masood in the BBC soap opera EastEnders, Mrs Hussein in the Open All Hours spin-off Still Open All Hours, and for starring in the BBC Two sketch show Goodness Gracious Me. Additionally, Wadia appeared in the Hindi-language romantic comedy Namaste London.

Nina Wadia Movies and TV Shows

  • A Gift from Bob [6 November 2020 (United Kingdom)]

    A struggling street musician finds himself the target of an animal welfare investigation that threatens to take away his beloved cat at Christmas.

  • A Street Cat Named Bob [3 November 2016 (Germany, South Korea)]

    A stray ginger cat changes the life of James Bowen (Luke Treadaway), a homeless London street musician and recovering drug addict.

  • Aladdin (2019) [24 May 2019 (India)]

    Aladdin, a kind thief, woos Jasmine, the princess of Agrabah, with the help of Genie. When Jafar, the grand vizier, tries to usurp the king, Jasmine, Aladdin and Genie must stop him from succeeding.

  • Amar Akbar & Tony [17 April 2015]

    Three childhood friends face sudden and unforeseen changes to their idealistic and trouble-free young lives.

  • An Angel for May [10 August 2002]

    One day, Tom (Matthew Beard) finds a stray dog that leads him to a run-down farm. Suddenly, he is transported back to World War II-era Yorkshire, England. There, he meets Sam (Tom Wilkinson), his daughter Alison (Julie Cox), and May (Charlotte Wakefield), a young orphan traumatized by a German bombing raid. May and Tom become friends, as he works to discover a passage back to his own time. But, when Tom learns May is in danger, he races to find a way to save her.… MORE

  • Bend It Like Beckham [11 April 2002 (United Kingdom)]

    A girl bends the rules, to reach her goal, in professional soccer. But her traditional parents refuse to even consider it and want her to hang up her football boots, find a nice boy and learn to cook.

  • Britain's First Suicide Bombers [Jonathan Hacker]

  • Can We Carry On, Girls? [Paul Gallagher]

  • Cassette [Marcus Harben]

  • Champions [Mindy Kaling, Charlie Grandy, Michael Spiller]

  • Code 46 [2 September 2003 (Italy)]

    In a dystopian future, insurance fraud investigator William Gold (Tim Robbins) arrives in Shanghai to investigate a forgery ring for "papelles," futuristic passports that record people's identities and genetics. Gold falls for Maria Gonzalez (Samantha Morton), the woman in charge of the forgeries. After a passionate affair, Gold returns home, having named a coworker as the culprit. But when one of Gonzalez's customers is found dead, Gold is sent back to Shanghai to complete the investigation.… MORE

  • Cup and Lip [Smita Bhide]

  • Finding Fatimah [21 April 2017 (United Kingdom)]

    Finding Fatimah is a British romantic comedy written and directed by Oz Arshad in his directorial debut. The film is about a man who struggles to find love in the British Asian community due to the stigma of his divorce several years prior.

  • Flight [1995]

    A Hindu teen (Mina Anwar) flees to a British shelter to escape her domineering, abusive father's plans for her life.

  • I Can’t Think Straight [November 2008 (India)]

    Tala, an upper class woman from Jordan, plans to get married. Her life changes when she meets Leyla, a young British Indian woman, and falls in love with her.

  • Keith Lemon: The Film [24 August 2012 (United Kingdom)]

    Keith (Leigh Francis) invents a phone with a light-up lemon on it and he becomes rich. He move to Hollywood and lives a celebrity lifestyle while he dates Kelly Brook.

  • Kiva Can Do [Jenny O'Brien]

  • Munãfiq [Shakil Mohammed]

  • Murder on the Blackpool Express [11 November 2017 (United Kingdom)]

    Truth is stranger than fiction when a murder mystery writer's fans start getting bumped off during a coach tour.

  • Namastey London [23 March 2007 (India)]

    On a trip to India, Jasmeet's father forcefully marries her off to Arjun. However, when they return to London, Jasmeet announces her intention of marrying her boyfriend, Charlie Brown.

  • Offending Angels [October 2000 (United Kingdom)]

    Offending Angels is a 2000 British romantic comedy film directed by Andrew Rajan.

  • Puja Nights [2013]

  • Sixth Happiness [2 October 1998 (United Kingdom)]

    Moving and humorous story about a boy suffering from brittle bone disease who will never grow, adapted from Firdaus Kanga's fictionalised autobiography. Set in the colourful and unpredictable world of a close Parsee family in Bombay, in which tremendous blows of fate are accepted with wry pragmatism, the tale is a poignant story of sexual awakening and self-discovery.… MORE

  • Square Roots [Michael Fresco]

  • Strangeways Here We Come [2017]

    Sucked into loans and finding themselves trapped by evil loan shark Danny Nolan, the desperate residents of Owen Street in Salford conclude that the only way to free themselves, is by bumping him off.

  • Such a Long Journey [1998]

    Gustad Noble, a Central Bank employee living in Bombay in the early 1970s, is secretly involved with a rebel RAW agent, Major Jimmy Billimoria. How long will his secret activities keep him safe?

  • The Joy of Christmas [Kate Broome]

  • The Last Dragonslayer [Jamie Magnus Stone, Jamie Stone]

    A young orphan girl (Ellise Chappell), indentured servant to a magician, discovers that she's destined to become the last dragonslayer in a world with only one remaining dragon.

  • The Queen's Corgi [21 March 2019 (Russia)]

    When the Queen's favourite dog, Rex, becomes lost, he must make new friends and embrace new adventures in order to find his way back to the palace.

  • There's Only One Madonna [Jo Shinner]

  • Together [November 2017 (USA)]

    A husband fights for the right to be with his wife when she is hospitalised and put into a nursing home.

  • We Know Where You Live. Live! [16 June 2001]

  • West 10 LDN [2008]

    West 10 LDN was a one-off BBC Three youth drama, written and created by Noel Clarke and directed by Menhaj Huda, first broadcast on 10 March 2008. The screenplay was based on the novel Society Within, a short story collection by Courttia Newland.

  • What Do You Call an Indian Woman Who's Funny [Gurinder Chadha]

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What is birthdate of Nina Wadia?

- 18 December 1968.

What is BirthPlace of Nina Wadia?

- Mumbai.

What is Nationality of Nina Wadia?

- NA.

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What is Age of Nina Wadia?

- 51.

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