Nora Fatehi dance moves are simply iconic and although she makes them look so easy on the screen, there is a lot of hard work that goes behind it. The Bollywood stunner had even shared a video some time ago revealing how the hard steps and moves bruised her legs and how such steps cause pain to the dancers. The young Canadian-Moroccan celeb had a splendid 2019 with back to back hit songs and is usually the first preference for item songs in Bollywood movies.
But there is another reason why she is loved by everyone in her profession. Nora Fatehi is a very friendly and gracious star who is ever ready to interact with her fans. One of her videos that recently surfaced shows her dancing with young children in what seems to be a parking space. Nora first teaches the basic steps of her superhit Kamaria song to the kids and then encourages them to dance with her.
Nora Will Be Next Seen In Bhuj
In a very short time, Nora Fatehi has managed to establish herself as one of the leading dancers of B-town. Apart from Kamaria, she has many big hits like Dilbar Dilbar, Manohari, Saki Saki, and Ek Toh Kam Zindagani to her name. Her last superhit number was Garmi for Remo D’Souza’s dance-based movie Street Dancer 3D in which Nora also had a small role.
The super dancer is now keen to establish herself as an actress and is looking for some good roles in movies. Next, she will be seen in Bhuj: The Pride of India with Ajay Devgn in the lead. Based on the story of Vijay Karnik, an Indian Air Force pilot, the period drama focuses on the struggle of 300 women from the village Madhapar in Gujarat’s Kutch district. Vijay Karnik played a key role in India’s win over Pakistan during the 1971 Indo-Pak war. At that time, the only runway in Bhuj that was very crucial for the war was damaged. These 300 women from Madhapar joined hands and repaired and rebuilt the runway thereby ensuring that Indian soldiers win against the Pakistanis.