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Nora Fatehi Defends her ‘Pachtaoge 2.0’ Looks calling it Orignal

It is common to see the copy paste thing in Bollywood happening from Hollywood stars particularly when we talk about the dress designs. Most of the time we see designers try to copy the designs from the Hollywood celebs. Similar went the story with the actress Nora Fatehi as she made the headlines in the media for her new music video. Her new song Pachtaoge is out recently and it is the female version of the earlier song. 

The song featuring Nora Fatehi seemed to be making news on social media and it went viral for some wrong reasons. The moment the fans came across the song, they felt that they had seen the dress somewhere from Hollywood. They were quick to guess calling it to be a copy of Beyonce’s 2014 video Mine. In the video, one can see the lady draped in a white cloak while few dancers are seen surrounding her. The idea is very much similar to the one from the west called Beyonce. 

However, Nora was quick to refute the same when she talked to a leading newspaper. She said she is seen in the artistic zone with the video. She also went on to say that she happens to be a huge fan of Beyonce. She added that it was she who had conceptualized the entire video. However, she denied saying that her looks are not inspired by Beyonce. While she went on to say that her dress is inspired by Mother Mary and not the said video.

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