There’s no doubt in saying that Nora Fatehi has become one of the most desirable actresses in Bollywood after she shook the internet and rose to fame with the remake of Dilbar Dilbar song from the film, Satyamev Jayate. Since then, there was no looking back for Nora. With her brilliant dancing skills, the Moroccan beauty left everyone surprised in songs such as Saki Saki remake, Kamariya, Pachtaoge and many others. But every artist has had their share of struggle in the industry and so did Nora.
In a candid chat with Kareena Kapoor Khan on her talk-show, What Women Want, the sensational Nora Fatehi shared a jaw-dropping experience from her early days in India where a casting director called her talentless. Screaming at her and saying the industry doesn’t want people like her, the casting director almost made Nora want to pack her bags and leave the country. Nora opened about the number of times she had faced many stereotypical challenges and even had been typecast and yet risen above it all to emerge as one of the most beloved and sought-after artists.
On the work front, Nora will be next seen in Ajay Devgn’s Bhuj: The Pride Of India.