Nora Fatehi Slays Desi Look (Check Pics)
Nora Fatehi is known for her glamorous look at various events as well as in item numbers. Her recent dance number “Ek To Kam Zindagani” is a big hit. The way Nora has danced with grace and poise is simply beautiful. Next, she will be seen with Shraddha Kapoor and Varun Dhawan in “Street Dancer 3D” helmed by Remo D’Souza.
The famous choreographer has directed three movies till now out of which his first two ABCD and ABCD 2 were based on dance whereas Race 3 was an action film studded with big stars including Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Bobby Deol, Daisy Shah and more. Recently Nora Fatehi opened up about her role in “Street Dancer 3D” and how she enjoyed working with Shraddha and Varun.
The Moroccan Canadian dancer and actress said, “We had a gala of a time shooting for the film. We worked very hard for the film but we also balanced it out with a lot of fun moments. Shraddha and Varun made me feel that I am a part of their family.”
Nora Discusses Dance Level In “Street Dancer 3D”
The gorgeous dancing sensation also revealed details about her character in the movie. Nora said that the dance level in this flick is something she has never touched before and also she has not attempted any of the dance styles before. Incidentally, Nora Fatehi is not only dancing in the movie but she is also going to play a character and act in it.
According to Nora, the story of “Street Dancer 3D” has various emotional angles and that she is proud to be a part of it as an actor. Overall, Nora found the entire experience quite exciting.
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In a recent photoshoot, Nora was seen wearing traditional Indian attire. Yellow top with designer work and ash-colored lehenga styled bottom looked very beautiful on Nora. While describing how she makes each of her songs look different from the other, the famous B-town item girl said that her every song is a performance-oriented venture.
Right from the costume, makeup to her entire look everything is discussed so that her performance does not look repetitive from any angle.