Role play! Elnaaz Norouzi enrolls for an online acting course

Updated: May 16, 2020, 12:32 IST | The Hitlist Team | Mumbai

.Elnaaz Norouzi, who is currently living in Germany, has found out a way to brush up her acting skills during the lockdown.

Elnaaz Norouzi
Elnaaz Norouzi

Elnaaz Norouzi has enrolled for an online acting course from the New York Film Academy. The Sacred Games actor, who is in hometown Hanover, is making the most of lockdown by honing her skills. "l will emerge out of the pandemic a better actor," she says.

Elnaaz went back home in Hanover, Germany. She informs that the authorities have announced a complete shutdown due to the pandemic. The actor was also concerned about her extended family in Iran where the disease is rampant. 

Ever since Elnaaz Norouzi has tasted the success for her stint in Saif Ali Khan-starrer Sacred Games, the actress has made Bollywood sit up and notice. Her performance in the Punjabi film "Khiro Khundi" was appreciated, as was her appearance in the OTT show, "Abhay". The actress who sizzled the screen in music videos of Guru Randhawa's "Made in India" and Tony Kakkar's "Naagin jaise kamar hila", is also the face of several endorsement campaigns.

Speaking about her role in a media interaction, Elnaaz Norouzi said, "It was challenging to play Jamila, who is vulnerable and naive and then switch to Zoya, who is powerful and manipulative. Both of my directors have been the biggest help. This experience has made me a better actress. Also, I'll be seen in a third avatar this season."

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