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Nora Fatehi is one of the noteworthy divas in the entertainment industry. She is known for her dance moves from Manohari in the film, Baahubali to Saki Saki in the film, Batla House. Nora has always sizzled on the dance floor. She also gave stunning dance performances in Bharat, Stree, Roar, and Satyameva Jayate. The Dilbar girl also garnered much attention after participating in Bigg Boss 9 and was seen in films, including Bhuj: The Pride of India. Now, she opened up about being approached by several producers to save their films with her dance numbers.
In an interview with BBC Asian Network, Nora Fatehi opened up about being called by many producers to save their film with her startling dance moves. However, the dancer-turned-actress also mentioned that she is a tough nut to crack at work. Thus, hinting at her sacrifices, Nora mentioned how she always expects the best when it comes to her professional side. She said:
“At work, I am a b***h some times, I am difficult, because I don’t expect anything but the best, because I have sacrificed so much, and when I go in front of the camera, or when I’m on stage, I don’t leave any crumbs, I eat.”
Further, Nora mentioned how she never leaves a stone unturned to deliver the best of her. She mentioned that good performances give her a certain sense of empowerment and responsibility. She also discussed how she takes an interest in every minute detail of her performances and shared:
“I don’t know if everybody needs me, but it definitely gives me a certain sense of empowerment, and responsibility. And if I do say yes, I give them everything. I give them my time, I rehearse for hours, I make sure I take every detail, down to the costume and makeup, very seriously. And when I’m in front of the camera, I really deliver. So, it’s not like, ‘Oh, you need me? I’m here, I’ll do two-three steps and leave. It should be good enough, at least I’m standing’. No.”
Nora revealed how she is offered more than 10 songs a year and makes a selection among them, maintaining a high standard. However, she also spoke about the fear of getting stereotyped in the industry. Further, talking about getting into the space of typecasting, Nora added:
“In a year, if 10 songs are offered to me, I’ll just say yes to one, or two. And sometimes, I don’t say yes to any of them. I don’t want to bore the audience… I can’t do too many songs also, because what happens is, people in our industry can get into the space of typecasting, and then they can’t see anything but that. Then you have to open their eyes up unfortunately, because they’re also in tunnel vision.”
Apart from her acting and dancing skills, Nora is also loved for her incredible fashion sense. Whenever she steps out of her home, her mesmerising outfits and the outstanding collection of bags, shoes, and many more bewitch us. For instance, for one of her airport looks, Nora was spotted donning a purple co-ord set from the shelves of Nikita Mhaisalkar, which amounts to a whopping price of Rs. 45,500. She paired her look with a lavish Kelly bag from Hermes, which cost her Rs. 2.2 lakh, and stilettos from Christian Louboutin Iriza with a price tag of Rs. 55,418. Altogether, her airport look was able to burn a hole in anyone's pocket with approximately a cost of Rs. 3 lakhs.
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