Nora Fatehi discloses that she was requested to date “Specific People” for PR

Nora Fatehi also emphasised her ambition to take on more prominent parts and her readiness to advance to the next stage of her career.

Despite having a long career in Bollywood, actress Nora Fatehi can now state with pride that she has established a niche for herself. Her path to where she is today, though, was not an easy one, and she overcame many obstacles. She has also made some stunning statements about how she was told to “date particular people” in order to establish herself in the business.

Nora is one of the most popular celebrities right now, and she has a sizable fan base both offline and online.


She has contributed to some of Bollywood’s most popular dance numbers, and she makes it a point to draw attention whenever she enters the city.

In a recent conversation, Nora disclosed that she had been asked to be in relationships in order to attract attention and land jobs.

She said, “I was constantly told you should date specific people for PR,” but she avoided using names. She continued by saying she was relieved she had never taken such advice seriously because now she could claim to have achieved success in her own right.

“My success is not because I have another guy next to me or another hero I am hanging on to,” she said.

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Nora added that while she has been performing her regular dance routines and cameo parts in films, she always makes sure that they are pertinent to the plot of the movie.

Although cameos helped her get where she is now, she also stated that she now wants to play main roles and that she is prepared to move into the next stage of her career and see herself develop.

In terms of her professional life, Nora can be seen co-judging the dance competition “Hip Hop India” with renowned choreographer Remo D’Souza on Amazon Mini TV.

She also has Sajid Khan’s directorial return, “100%,” with Riteish Deshmukh and Shehnaaz Gill, in her filmography. She will also appear in “Madgaon Express,” Kunal Kemmu’s first film as a filmmaker, alongside Pratik Gandhi and Divyendu Sharma.