She was born in 1993 in Herat, Afghanistan during the occupation of the Taliban. Her family immigrated to Iran when Nadia was about 5 years old. She completed her diploma at a boarding school and started working as an assistant director in a theater in Tehran. She also appeared in several shows as an assistant and a young actor.
At the age of 17, she passed the entrance exam and enrolled at Tehran's Soore University. However, Nadia couldn't finish her studies due to her non-Iranian status. During her time at the university, she was able to create 7 short films and two documentaries. She also wrote several screenplays.
In late 2014, while working on a documentary, Nadia was arrested by the Iranian government for lacking proper documentation. She spent several months in prison. After her release, she had to illegally flee to Turkey. In Turkey, she worked as a director and editor for GEM TV for 18 months before immigrating to Germany at the end of 2015.
She was able to pursue her studies in Germany for two years in the field of image and sound. Currently, she works in a German theater and RTL TV. She is still studying film directing and also creates music videos for various singers.
Nadia considers cinema to be sacred and believes that artists in all fields related to image and sound can continue their work in spreading peace and friendship between people while keeping human emotions alive until they reach perfection.