Nora Fatehi (born 6 February 1992) is a Canadian actress, model, dancer, singer, and producer who is known for her work in the Indian film industry.
Nora Fatehi Biography
Canadian actress, model, dancer, singer, and producer Nora Fatehi is most known for her work in the Indian film industry. On February 6, 1992, she was born in Canada. She has made appearances in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam-language films.
She debuted in the Hindi film Roar: Tigers of the Sundarbans, which served as her first feature.
She became well-known in the Telugu cinema industry by singing item songs in films like Kick 2, Temper, and Baahubali: The Beginning. Additionally, she has appeared in Kayamkulam Kochunni and Double Barrel, two Malayalam-language movies.
She took part in the ninth season of Bigg Boss in 2015, and on day 84 of the competition, she was booted out. She participated in the 2016 season of the reality television programme Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, which is a dance competition. She made a cameo in the Bollywood film Satyameva Jayate, where she appeared in a reworked version of the song “Dilbar” , which went over 20 million views on YouTube in the first 24 hours of its release, making it the first Hindi song to achieve such success in India. She also collaborated on an Arabic version of the song “Dilbar” with the Moroccan hip-hop crew Fnare.
She collaborated with Tanzanian singer and composer Rayvanny to create the song “Pepeta,” which she released as her first worldwide English breakthrough single in 2019. She was chosen to take part in the song “Light The Sky,” which was created for the Qatar-hosted 2022 FIFA World Cup. Along with musicians RedOne, Manal, Balqees, and Rahma Riad, she contributed to the song.
The Fatehi family is Moroccan in ancestry. Her conception and upbringing both took place in Canada. She has stated in interviews that she believes she will always be “an Indian at heart.”
Fatehi’s acting career began with a part in the Hindi film Roar: Tigers of the Sundarbans. After that, she made her Telugu film debut in the Temper, a Puri Jagannadh-directed movie, in an item number titled “Ittage Recchipodham.” Additionally, she made a brief cameo appearance in the movie Mr. X, which was produced and directed by Mahesh Bhatt and starred Emraan Hashmi and Gurmeet Choudhary. In the movie, she had a supporting role. In later years, Fatehi appeared in movie item numbers, including “Manohari” from Baahubali: The Beginning and “Kukkurukuru” from Kick 2.
She signed a deal to participate in the Telugu movie Sher towards the end of June 2015. She signed a deal at the end of August 2015 to star alongside Varun Tej in the upcoming Puri Jagannadh flick Loafer in Telugu. She signed a contract to appear in Oopiri at the end of November 2015. Fatehi entered the Bigg Boss house as a wild card contestant in December 2015, when the show had already begun its ninth season.
 She was given permission to occupy the home for three weeks in total before being evicted after the twelfth week (Day 83). She additionally participated in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’s 2016 season as a competitor. She portrayed the lead actress in Sanjay Suri’s film My Birthday Song, which also starred her opposite.
After entering into a contract with the company in February 2019, she became an exclusive artist for the record label T-Series. She will now appear in upcoming movies, music videos, web series, and web films made by the company.
Following that, she made her screen debut in Street Dancer 3D, a dance film that was released in 2020. This was her first time acting in a supporting role.
As the first female African-Arab performer to do so, Fatehi made history on March 6, 2021, when her song “Dilbar” exceeded one billion views on YouTube.Following that, she made her screen debut in Street Dancer 3D, a dance film that was released in 2020. This was her first time acting in a supporting role.
As the first female African-Arab performer to do so, Fatehi made history on March 6, 2021, when her song “Dilbar” exceeded one billion views on YouTube.