When it comes to dancing, belly dancing specifically, there’s no beating Nora Fatehi. Every time we watch her dance numbers on the screen, it’s impossible to take our eyes off her! And she puts in an equal amount of hard work to perfect those moves. She recently posted a video of her prepping for O Saki Saki, her most recent song from Batla House, and also shared about learning the fire dance in just 2 days.
“This was literally a day before the shoot of #OSakiSaki. I had only about 2 days to learn how to do Fire dancing,” she wrote. She also shared that she had fear written all over her face as it was doing this for the first time. “My heart was racing and I was sweating like a pig! But in very less time I managed to figure out the technique and learnt the choreography only because I kept my determination despite the fear of dancing with fire and that too with such a heavy prop,” she wrote.
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This was literally a day before the shoot of #OSakiSaki .. i had only about 2 days to learn how to do Fire dancing.. as u can see from this video i had fear written all over my face as i was doing this for the first time! My heart was racing and i was sweating like a pig! But in very less time i managed to figure out the technique and learnt the choreography only because i kept my determination despite the fear of dancing with fire and that too with such a heavy prop.. i have learnt a new skill now and im really proud of myself! Ive always been fascinated by fire dancing i just never had the courage to do it myself! But as an artist its always important to push yourself and find ways to work under pressure regardless of the circumstances! Never say i CANT always say I Will… thats been my moto since day 1 and the main reason for my evolution as an artist.. Thank you to the team for giving me the chance to learn a new skill! ❤️🙏🏽 @adil_choreographer @alishasingh.official @emmayentertainment @nikkhiladvani @tseries.official
She also mentioned that no one should give up and say ‘I can’t’, it should always be ‘I will’. And this has been her motto since day one!
These are such inspiring words, Nora! We all can learn a lot from this.