Nora Fatehi started working at 16 to support her family, reveals ‘there were a lot of financial issues’

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Nora Fatehi is one of the well-known faces of Bollywood and she is known for her excellent and remarkable dancing abilities. Right from her dance performances on the big screen to the digital platform, she rules when it comes to dancing. But, before coming in front of the camera, she did a lot of struggle in the initial days to support her family.

Nora started her profession with film Roar: Tigers of the Sundarbans, but, before tasting the success, she came a long way. She shared that she did many temporary jobs to support her family.  She stated, ”I was working in a men’s dress store, so I was selling suits, putting outfits together and what not. From that point onward, I did various things.”

Nora added that her first job was as a sales executive in a shopping mall and as her school was near to that mall, she used to directly go there for work and she was only 16 at that time.

Nora came in the spotlight when she entered Bigg Boss 9 as a wild card contestant in 2015. She turned into a popular name after she flaunted her dance moves in song Dilbar from film Satyameva Jayate.

On the work front, Nora has done supporting roles in many films like Bharat and Batla House. She was last seen on the big screen in Remo D’Souza’s Street Dancer 3D and the audience loved her work in that movie.

Published by Ishan Soni on 06 Apr 2020

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