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Nora Fatehi’s killer looks raises the temperature yet again

Nora Fatehi has been the love of netizens since forever. Her killer dance moves and gorgeous looks have always made her fans fall for her. The Dilbar girl is busy grabbing eyeballs with some new pictures.

To say the least, Nora may be seen stunning in another outfit like no one else once again. The actress looks stunning as she poses for the paparazzi in a gorgeous, body-hugging co-ord outfit. Nora can also, seen stepping out of her vanity van and going to the sets with panache in a few of videos she published on her Instagram stories.

She skipped the accessories this time and let her thigh-high slit skirt and crop top do the talking. Her long, lush hair was left open, flowing over her shoulders, and her makeup was kept simple.

Meanwhile, on the work front, she was most recently seen in the film ‘Satyameva Jayate 2’ in the song ‘Kusu Kusu.’ Nora is shown in the film performing some great belly dance moves while flirting with the camera with her eyes, dressed in her usual beaded, highly decorated clothes.

Earlier, while talking about her experience of shooting the song, Nora revealed that she had a tough time on the sets. She told a news agency, “On sets we often have minor incidents like scraping of knees, bleeding of feet, or something like that, but this definitely has been my worst experience on set. The necklace was extremely tight around my neck because of the weight of the cape and since I was constantly moving, it kept brushing more leaving really horrifying marks at the end of the shoot. It almost felt like someone had tied a rope around my neck and dragged me across the floor, but because we had limited time for the shoot, I continued to film the song and only took a break after we completed the sequence.”

Composed by Tanishk Bagchi, the song has been sung by Zahrah S Khan and Dev Negi.

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