Nora Fatehi has earned a huge name for herself in the industry because of her flawless dancing skills. She is back to her amazing work in Sachet and Parampara’s new single Chhod Denge. She is known for music videos like Dilbar Dilbar remake, Saki Saki remake, Garmi and many more. While her success stories are public, many still don’t know about her struggles when she entered Bollywood. Nora Fatehi is now a renowned name in Bollywood, but when she came to India to entertain people she faced bad days.
Nora Fatehi Cries Heavily As She Recalls Meeting Evil People in Bollywood
“We were so excited and so naive. When I reached India, it was nothing like (what I had imagined). I was thinking I’ll get picked up by a limousine and a butler, and they’re going to take me to a suite, and I would go to my auditions in that limo. It was nothing like that. I had the biggest slap in my face. The bullying, the rejection, the traumatic experience that I went through,” Nora recalled her initial days in India in an interview with a Dubai-based YouTuber Anas Bukhash.
She further added, “If someone had told me that these are all the things I was going to go through — ‘You’re going to meet evil people, they’re going to steal your passport, you’re going to get deported, you’re going to go back to Canada and people are going to laugh at you. How do you go from a developed country to a developing country? You’re going to go back to India, you’re going to fight, learn the language, and you’re going to meet people who’re going to laugh at you on the way, they’re going to laugh in your face’.”
She also shared how casting directors would call her to audition and ask her to deliver Hindi dialogues. They would then make fun of her in front of her. “They would start laughing together, high-fiving each other,” she said, thinking to herself, “How f****g dare you, wait till I leave. Don’t do it in front of my face.”
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