In a recent interview with Dubai-based YouTube show hosted by Anas Bukhash. Nora broke down, recalling the difficulties she overcame to make her mark as a performer.. Nora’s electric screen presence and splendid dancing skills turned her into a millennial Dancer.
Watch the complete Interview here :
The Canadian Actor-dancer Nora Fatehi, opening up about the struggles she endured in her career and life. The Canadian dancer began her big screen journey in India in 2014 with Hindi film. Nora finally got her fame with a special song, ‘Dilbar’, in a action Satyamev Jayate. The song was a recreation of the movie, ‘Sirf Tum’ track, featuring Sushmita Sen.
The dancer continued her hit streak with an appearance in Rajkummar Rao-starrer Stree (2018), Marjaavaan in 2019 and finally Street Dancer 3D with Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor, where the actor featured not only in songs but a substantial supporting role. And in many other Albums songs in collaboration with singers.
Nora shared a glimpse of her interview and posted on her social media handles and wrote, Nora Fatehi One of my most vulnerable, real and honest interviews ever, i have read all ur messages and comments and it makes me feel so happy that u guys have connected with me on a human level and have understood me! Many have related to my story, my feelings and my thoughts, many have said they are inspired more than ever before! This gives me strength and drive to continue on my path and my dream to fulfill the bigger plan, to instill positivity, hope, upliftment and enlightenment via my presence ! And we are getting there slowly! Everyone who has reached out to say thank u for me opening up and being transparent like this i want to say thank u for taking the time to genuinely watch my interview and for respecting my journey, my thought process and admiring me ❤️🙏🏽🥲😍 i always say im grateful and lucky to be able to connect and touch people globally on a human level! I wudnt have it any other way! If i can motivate and represent then im on the right track!
IN her interview, Nora says if someone had to endure even half of the life’s harshness that she faced, they would have lost hope and the world would have to bid goodbye to “one more person who could make an impact.”
“I think that any girl or even a guy, who had gone though all that, would have been shattered. They would have lost hope. If a human loses hope, it’s the worst thing. I keep thinking that even if 50 percent of the things that I went through if a girl or a guy went through, it would have been one more person in the world that we would have lost. They could have been a great person, a person who made an impact, a difference in the world.”