Almost every actor ad actress has had their hard days during there initial debut hours in Bollywood and Nora Fatehi hasn’t been an exception in the same. During her initial days, the talented actress too had faced hard days of being bullied and humiliated for her bad Hindi as mentioned by her in the film industry.
Talking to a prime media platform, she mentioned that it wasn’t easy for foreigners to survive in Bollywood. Nora Fatehi revealed a lot about the same during her recent interview.
Sharing her woes about being bullied for her bad Hindi, she also stated on a major media platform, “I started learning Hindi but the auditions were very traumatic for me. I wasn’t really mentally prepared and I made a fool of myself.”
She further added, “People were really unforgiving. They wouldn’t just be mean; they would laugh in front of my face as if I’m some circus. They would bully me. It was humiliating. I used to cry while travelling back to my home. There was this one casting agent who once told me, ‘We don’t need you here. Go back’. I’ll never forget that.”
Nora also shared the fact that her modelling agency that was the striving push behind her coming to India also duped her of Rs 20 lakh that she later earned from her ad shoots. Further mentioning more, she said that when she first came to Mumbai, she had to share an apartment with eight girls, one of whom also stole her passport which forcing her to temporarily return to Canada.
Well recognized as Bollywood’s newest dancing sensation, Nora is best known for her songs Dilbar and O Saaki Saaki. She will also appear very soon in her role alongside John Abraham for their forthcoming film Batla House. She will then feature in Remo D’Souza’s Street Dancer 3D, which also stars prime Bollywood, faces including Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead roles.