Zoa Morani Biography :
Born: March 29, 1988
Age : 31 Years
Birthplace : Mumbai
Parents: Karim Morani
Movies: Always Kabhi Kabhi, Bhaag Johnny
Height : 5.5
Zoa Morani is an actress from Bollywood wherein she was born on 29th march 1988 in a known family of B Town. Her father Karim Morani is a known filmmaker and holds key position in the production company called Cineyug Entertainment, which is among the top event management companies in Bombay. She is a Shia Muslim by birth and even worked as assistant director in a couple of known films in B Town. Though she never intended to try her luck in filmmaking but her passion to act made her tread the path of assistant director as well just to brush up her acting skills and explore several aspects of filmmaking. As far as her personal life is concerned, she is dating a young Indo-Canadian man called Shamik Raja whom she had met on her father’s birthday.
As far as her personal life is concerned, she started her career by working with Om Shanti Om in the year 2007 working as assistant director followed by the other in the same role in a film called Halla Bol. Her role as assistant director helped her to understand the filmmaking better, which gave her the first film called Always Kabhi Kabhi produced by Shah Rukh Khan’s company Red Chillies Entertainment in the year 2011. This film gave her another called Mastan, which was directed by the veteran director Shyam Benegal, however, it is still to release.
Her upcoming movie is Bhaag Johnny, which is directed by Vikram Bhaat and directed by Shivam Nair under the banner of BVG Films and SCIL. She is doing along Kunal Khemu and one Irani actress known as Mandana Karimi, which is releasing this September 2015. For this film, she had worked hard to get an edge over her diction and accent for better dialogue delivery. Apart from the films, she also tried her luck in modeling wherein she was seen walking over the ramp over the infamous event called Lakme Fashion Week for 2011 and 2012 as well. Besides, the actress also walked over the ramp of a popular India International Jewellery Week as well in Mumbai.