Bollywood star Nora Fatehi stunned fans when she performed a remake of Dilbar for Satyameva Jayate, which was originally picturised on 90s beauty, Sushmita Sen. Soon after she appeared in Stree for Kamariya and Saki Saki’s remake for Batla House. But Nora doesn’t only dance, in the John Abraham-starrer she acted as well. But the artist believes that it is her dance numbers and supporting roles which her helping her play characters that she always wanted to play. She feels that all of her work combined has helped put her out there – on the map of Bollywood – and that people are starting to recognize her.
In a recent interview, Nora revealed, “Everything has a chain reaction and is connected. Whatever I’ve done, whether films as a supporting actress in Roar: Tigers of the Sundarbans or Crazy Cukkad Family, reality shows like Bigg Boss 9 and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 9 or music videos such as Naah with Hardy Sandhu, put me on the map slowly but surely. I don’t regret anything. I feel everything that I did really helped my journey.”
And now, she is gearing up to star next to Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor in Street Dancer 3. And it’s not a small gig. The performer shared, “It’s an emotionally-driven story with hardcore dancing and I’m one of the leads. Varun and Shraddha were extremely accepting and supportive of me. They took me under their wings and made me feel like family. I would lose patience with myself if I didn’t get a move right, if I forgot the choreography or due to stress, ended up giving too many takes and beating myself up as an artiste.” She concluded that there were some dance forms that she had never attempted before, but was glad to learn many new things.