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Tamil Actress Blue Biography
Nagra was born in Leicester, England, the daughter of Punjabi Jat Sikh parents who emigrated to the UK from Punjab, India during the late 1960s. Her father, Sukha, was a factory worker who is believed to have separated from her mother, Nashuter, either when Nagra was a child shortly after or before her birth; he died in late December 2008.[citation needed] Nagra is the eldest of four children with two brothers and one sister. They were brought up in a small terraced house in the Belgrave district of Leicester by her mother and stepfather, who worked as a bookkeeper at a cousin's transport company.[citation needed]
At the age of seven, Nagra suffered a burn while preparing a meal on the gas stove when her trousers caught fire. She was taken into the bathroom by an uncle who immersed her in cold water. When the burned fabric was later removed, her skin attached to it was removed as well and left a resulting scar on her right leg. The story was included into the film Bend It Like Beckham; however, the details were changed such that her character was burned while making beans on toast and her sister was the one who removed the trousers.
[edit]Education and early career
Nagra attended the Northfield House Primary School in Leicester. At her comprehensive school, Soar Valley College, she played viola in the youth orchestra and also appeared in her first theatrical productions.[citation needed] A few months after sitting her A-levels and leaving school, Nagra was approached by her former drama instructor, Jez Simons, about becoming part of the Leicester-based theatre company Haithizi Productions, for which he served as the artistic director.[citation needed] She accepted and was cast as a chorus member in the 1994 musical Nimai presented at the Leicester Haymarket. Only a week into rehearsals, she was switched from the chorus to replace the lead actress, who had dropped out.[citation needed] Simons recalls that Nagra, while also a good singer and actress, had a quality that raised her above other actresses which led him to select her as the new lead.[citation needed] Nagra sometimes describes herself as having "fallen into" acting due to this unexpected turn of events.[citation needed]
[edit]The London years
Nagra left Leicester for London, forgoing university to pursue a theatrical career and her childhood ambition of becoming an actress.[citation needed] Nagra's first London theatrical job came in 1994[citation needed] when she was cast as the Princess in the pantomime Sleeping Beauty, at the Theatre Royal Stratford East. Although most critics[who?] seemed rather unimpressed with the show, Nagra's performance is notable in that she was a woman of colour portraying a traditionally white character.[citation needed] After Sleeping Beauty, Nagra worked with small Indian theatre companies such as Tara Arts and Tamasha. These roles eventually led to the radio and television appearances that also defined her career throughout most of the 1990s. She also appeared in "The 6th wonder of the World: the Kali Tutti Story", in 1994.
In 1996, Nagra took a small part in Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards, written by Chikamatsu Monzaemon and performed at Cottesloe, Royal National Theatre. It was there that she met Irish actor Kieran Creggan, with whom she later moved into a flat in Kennington, south London. Their relationshiNagra was born in Leicester, England, the daughter of Punjabi Jat Sikh parents who emigrated to the UK from Punjab, India during the late 1960s. Her father, Sukha, was a factory worker who is believed to have separated from her mother, Nashuter, either when Nagra was a child shortly after or before her birth; he died in late December 2008.[citation needed] Nagra is the eldest of four children with two brothers and one sister. They were brought up in a small terraced house in the Belgrave district of Leicester by her mother and stepfather, who worked as a bookkeeper at a cousin's transport company.[citation needed]
At the age of seven, Nagra suffered a burn while preparing a meal on the gas stove when her trousers caught fire. She was taken into the bathroom by an uncle who immersed her in cold water. When the burned fabric was later removed, her skin attached to it was removed as well and left a resulting scar on her right leg. The story was included into the film Bend It Like Beckham; however, the details were changed such that her character was burned while making beans on toast and her sister was the one who removed the trousers.
[edit]Education and early career
Nagra attended the Northfield House Primary School in Leicester. At her comprehensive school, Soar Valley College, she played viola in the youth orchestra and also appeared in her first theatrical productions.[citation needed] A few months after sitting her A-levels and leaving school, Nagra was approached by her former drama instructor, Jez Simons, about becoming part of the Leicester-based theatre company Haithizi Productions, for which he served as the artistic director.[citation needed] She accepted and was cast as a chorus member in the 1994 musical Nimai presented at the Leicester Haymarket. Only a week into rehearsals, she was switched from the chorus to replace the lead actress, who had dropped out.[citation needed] Simons recalls that Nagra, while also a good singer and actress, had a quality that raised her above other actresses which led him to select her as the new lead.[citation needed] Nagra sometimes describes herself as having "fallen into" acting due to this unexpected turn of events.[citation needed]
[edit]The London years
Nagra left Leicester for London, forgoing university to pursue a theatrical career and her childhood ambition of becoming an actress.[citation needed] Nagra's first London theatrical job came in 1994[citation needed] when she was cast as the Princess in the pantomime Sleeping Beauty, at the Theatre Royal Stratford East. Although most critics[who?] seemed rather unimpressed with the show, Nagra's performance is notable in that she was a woman of colour portraying a traditionally white character.[citation needed] After Sleeping Beauty, Nagra worked with small Indian theatre companies such as Tara Arts and Tamasha. These roles eventually led to the radio and television appearances that also defined her career throughout most of the 1990s. She also appeared in "The 6th wonder of the World: the Kali Tutti Story", in 1994.
In 1996, Nagra took a small part in Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards, written by Chikamatsu Monzaemon and performed at Cottesloe, Royal National Theatre. It was there that she met Irish actor Kieran Creggan, with whom she later moved into a flat in Kennington, south London. Their relationshi

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