Nora Fatehi, the hottest dancer and actress is hitting the headlines as she revealed something very surprising from her struggle days. Nora Fatehi says that when she came to India from Canada, she had only 5000 rupees. She revealed this in an interview. Nora said, “I came to India with only 5000 rupees. However, I used to get 3000 rupees every week from the agency where I used to work. It was very difficult to manage the daily routine in this amount. But I managed everything smartly.”
She also revealed that the audition phase was traumatic because she was not really mentally prepared and people were really unforgiving. She said that they made fun of her in front of her and bullied her which was insulting. She cried a lot. She revealed that there was a casting agent who once told her, “We don’t need you here. Go back’. I’ll never forget that.”
Nora is originally from Morocco but later her family shifted to Canada. She made her Bollywood debut in the 2014 film Roar: Tigers of the Sundarbans. She then made special appearances in some Hindi and South Indian films, including ‘Bahubali: The Beginning’. She was seen in the film’s item number ‘Manohari’. However, Nora got recognition after she appeared as a contestant on the reality show ‘Bigg Boss 9’.
Nora Fatehi, who had won the audience hearts with songs like ‘Dilbar Dilbar’ in ‘Satyamev Jayate’, ‘Kamariya’ in ‘Stree’ and ‘O Saki Saki’ in ‘Batla House’, was last seen with Vicky Kaushal in a single ‘Pachtaonge’. This song from the T-series has sung by Arijit Singh. Two of her films ‘Marjaavaan’ and ‘Street Dancer’ are currently under production.