Freny is an actress, musician and events producer. She has an MA in Drama from The Univeristy of Exeter and an MA from RADA. She plays the sitar and Rudra Veena in the Dhrupad Sadharani style under the lineage of her teacher Ustad Mohi Baha’uddin Dagar. She directed and produced her first play in 2019, Shakespeare’s ‘Coriolanus’, which was adapted to exploring the Kurdish language, political situation and the ancient connection to the Zoroastrian world.
Freny is recording her first classical music album, working on a dance drama about Yashodhara (Buddha’s wife) and curating a festival celebrating the life and art of the Sufi heroine of WorldWar Two Noor Inayat Khan. In addition to this she teaches yoga on a one-to-one basis in the classical style of Patanjali.
Freny was seen in 2021 in the leading role in new play Our White Skoda, touring the UK for Eastern Angles theatre company. Being of Zoroastrian extraction, she is able to play as native both Indian and Middle Eastern roles.
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