Cassian Baliarsingh

From sharing a room with nine girls to becoming the crush of millions of her fans, ‘Dilbar Dilbar’ girl Nora Fatehi has come a long way. The stunning diva has spread her charisma in all the film industries including the South.

A stupendous dancer, Nora is also a beautiful singer, reality show judge and also appears in movies. The Canadian beauty has been juggling between different shows and has stayed relevant ever since her appearance in Salman Khan’s reality show ‘Bigg Boss’.

Despite being such a huge star, Nora is yet to get married and prefers to keep her personal life out of media coverage. Speaking about marriages in the film industry, Nora Fatehi recently appeared in a popular podcast and made some shocking revelations.

She revealed how celebrities were marrying each other only to stay relevant, to be in the right circles, camps and grab limelight. Many are not even in love with each other, but are married only for clout and networking, she revealed.

“I see this happening in front of me; I’ve seen it happening in my industry. People get married for clout. People use these wives or husbands for networking, for circles, for money, for relevancy,” the actress revealed.

“Usse shaadi karni hai so I can stay relevant for the next three years because she’s got a few film releasing and they were doing well at the box office. So, I got to right that wave. People are that calculative. Those are predators,” she added.

Without taking any names, Nora dissed celebrities who marry or date just to be in the limelight. Nora added, this make them ‘depressed’. While Nora did not take any names, fans are speculating if she was speaking about Aditya Roy Kapur-Ananya Panday and Vicky Kaushal-Katrina Kaif.

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Talking about her films, Nora was last seen in Madgaon Express. Now, she has 100% co-starring Shehnaaz Gill, John Abraham, and Riteish Deshmukh. She also has Telugu movie Matka in the pipeline.