Farrah is born and bought up in Holland. After spending her schooling year in Holland she moved to South Africa for her internship.
But fate had a different calling. Farrah was scouted by a local agency in SA and signed up. She worked in SA for a few months but was continuously approached by Indian agencies for assignments.
She took to her calling and shifted her based to India in 2013. Designer shoots, television commercials, editorials kept her busy.
After establishing herself and making a mark in the modelling industry, she wanted to explore beyond the boundaries of modelling. And then began the rigorous training process. The acting classes, dance lessons, test shoots and Hindi classes made her more equipped.
In 2015, her hard work paid off and she got her first break as the female protagonist in ’Tera Surroor’.
She yet had a desire to push beyond. This lead to her first stint in Tollywood. She played Arvind Swami’s girlfriend in ‘Dhruva’, under Allu Arvind’ s banner helmet by ace director Surender Reddy.
Her experience shooting Arvind Swami was not all what she had expected.
In her own words, “On set Arvind garu is the most down to earth man you can come across, he treats you as a colleague, a peer. Only when you see him on the silver screen you can feel the star power he draws.“
Recently Farrah played the role of a Greek Princess, in the most awaited 100th Film of Balayya , ‘Gauthamiputra Sathakarni’. Working with Balayya was a challenge for Farrah as it was his 100th film, but with the encouragement and guidance from Balayya and support of her director kirsh this transition was made easy.
Apart from films, brand commitments and modelling she keeps herself busy with books, watching international cinema and travelling.
Farrah truly believes in not only making a living but experiencing life to the core.
This also reflects in her choice for cinema