Geeta Basra is an Indian actress who has done two known movies. She originally hails from Portsmouth on the south coast of England, but now resides in Mumbai.
Geeta Basra's desire for Bollywood kept growing and at the age of seventeen, she got convinced that it was the right age to start her Bollywood career. She came to Mumbai and joined the acting school as any other Bollywood aspirant. The Kishore Namit Kapoor's acting school, where Geeta Basra has taken her acting lessons is the same school where Bollywood celebrities like Hrithik Roshan and Priyanka Chopra were trained. She got adjusted to the Mumbai city while taking acting classes and diction classes at Kishore Namit Kapoor's acting school. She returned to London after taking her acting lessons and hired a manager. It was her manager who introduced Geeta Basra to Aditya Datt, the director of her debut film Dil Diya Hai.
Aditya Datt's Dil Diya Hai is a multistarrer movie casting Mithun Chakraborty, Emraan Hashmi, and Ashmit Patel. Geeta Basra had high dreams while acting in the role of expatriate Neha in this movie. She was realizing her dreams to come into Madhuri's shoes while started acting for the movie. However the movie got rejected on the day one of its release. Although the film initially appeared to have a different story line, it ended up being as repetitive as any of Emraan's old films.
In Shyam Bajaj's The Train, the story moves around Geeta Basra's central character. It is a break for this new actress to get a female oriented subject in her second movie itself. In contrary to Geeta Basra's cute, young, bubbly girl character in DDH, she is a mature businesswoman who is completely aware about her personality and knows how to carry herself well in The Train