Ramita Navai is a British-Iranian investigative journalist, documentary maker, and author who is known for her reporting from hostile environments in many countries around the world.Born in Tehran, Iran, Ramita Navai moved to London after the Iranian Revolution. Reportedly, she grew up in London. World Affairs – YouTube.Ramita Navai once shared a photo on social media in which she posed as ‘Frida Kahlo,’ a Mexican painter, for a photographer named Lesley Howling. Ramita Navai, 19, posing as Frida Kahlo.According to Ramita, she wanted to become a foreign correspondent and start her career in journalism in Iran. World Affairs – YouTube.In an interview, Ramita shared that her reason for opting for journalism as a career was the exhilarating feeling of exposing criminals. Aurra Studios – YouTube While talking about it in the interview, Ramita said, My motivations were mainly exposing the baddies and they are still there today so exposing corruption and abuse at any level, particularly at a high level, that gives me a kick.” Aurra Studios – YouTube.According to Ramita, she volunteered as a teacher in a foundation school in south Tehran as the Iranian government put sanctions on her for performing any kind of journalism activities after learning about two of her articles. Jaipur Literature Festival – YouTube The foundation school at which Ramita volunteered was especially for those children who were not allowed to receive formal education; these children belonged to the family of migrants, gipsies, and prostitutes. Jaipur Literature Festival – YouTube.Reportedly, Ramita and her team were targeted many times by the gangsters while they went undercover to report a story in different parts of the world.According to sources, following Ramita’s undercover reporting in Iraq, her parents showed their concern about her safety. According to Ramita, her mother wanted her to get a desk-based job. Evening Standard In an interview, Ramita talked about it and said, My mum is just dying for me to get an office job in East Sheen. My dad is now just resigned to the fact this is what I do. They worry a lot.” Evening Standard.Ramita, along with fifteen other contributing authors, has co-authored the book titled ‘Shifting Sands: The Unravelling of the Old Order in the Middle East,’ stating the aftermath of World War-I concerning Egypt, Iran, and Syria. Penny Johnson and Raja Shehadeh’s ‘Shifting Sands The Unravelling of the Old Order in the Middle East’ – co-authored by Ramita Navai and others.On January 2022, Ramita Navai associated with Aurra Studios in London. Aurra Studios is a platform which provides scripted and non-scripted podcasts. Ramita also hosted a podcast titled “The Line of Fire,” which unfolded the life and death experiences of Ramita’s colleagues. Aurra Studios – YouTube ‘The Line of Fire’ – Ramita Navai.