As Nora Fatehi gave some of the best songs in B Town films, we see her celebrating her big day today. Although she is hurt on her forehead while shooting for an action sequence in the film Bhuj with Ajay Devgn, yet this day would remain the most promising one. After all, she has completed her 28 long years. At this big day, it would be interesting to explore her hidden facts about her life
She was born in Toronto, Canada in Indian and Morcoccan parents. She is good in Hindi, English and Arabic.
She is fond of actor Nora as he is the one who brought her in his show Bigg Boss on Colors that further gave her the chance to enter the film industry in India.
Her debut in Indian cinema came with a Tollywood movie she was seen in a song with her dance. Since then it was no looking back for her as she got the role in Baahubali as well.
Her debut in Bollywood came with a film called Roar: Tigers of the Sunderbans followed by the other film called “Crazy Cukkad Family”. But it was the South Indian film industry that leveraged her the most before the B Town.
She calls her biggest strength to be the art of making good friends.
Nora is not just a dancer but also been trained in martial arts.
She came in limelight in Bollywood with the song Dilbar made for the John Abraham film Satyamev Jayate. It made a huge record of 20 million views in just one day. Thus turning history for any Hindi song that garnered such an overwhelming response in the media.
Fatehi was seen collaborating with the Moroccan hip-hop group called FnaÃ¯re for an Arabic version of the Dilbar song as well, which was also a big hit.
Dancing has been close to her heart and success of Dilbar was all due to her heart and soul she has put forth. She calls the song to be close to her heart as it proved out to be a turning point in her carer.
She is utterly professional and despite getting injured on the sets of Batla House or even the recent film Bhuj shoot, she continued to work with her pain but completed her work on time without hampering the schedule.