She also appeared in "The 6th Wonder of the World: The Kali Tutti Story", in 1994.In 1996, Nagra took a small part in Chikamatsu Monzaemon's Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards that was performed at Cottesloe, Royal National Theatre.
She also asked that the court award her custody of their son and grant Mr Stenson visitation rights but no spousal support.
In 1998, Nagra co-starred in the radio play Dancing Girls of Lahore which was co-written by her future Bend It Like Beckham co-star Shaheen Khan.
Nagra's other notable stage roles during this period include: In 2001, Nagra voiced a Muslim girl in the docu-drama Arena: The Veil about women who choose to wear the Muslim head scarf.
Nagra received critical and professional acclaim for her performance.
She was nominated, and won, several awards, including the FIFA Presidential Award (2002), making her the first woman to have done so.