As women from all walks of life face harassment, Nora Fatehi, the famous Canadian actor and dancer, has revealed that she was once thrashed by a Bengali actor during shooting.
During her appearance at The Kapil Sharma Show, an Indian TV channel celebrity talk show, Nora talked about the tragic incident, saying one of her co-stars from the Bengali film industry once slapped her and pulled her hair.
She described a heated argument which escalated to a fight. Fatehi said, “Once I was shooting in Bangladesh and the actor misbehaved with me. I slapped him and he slapped me back. I slapped him again and he pulled my hair. We ended up having a big fight. The director intervened.”
Nora is one of the most prominent celebrities in showbiz. The Canadian actress-model made her debut in Hindi cinema with the 2014 release, Roar: Tigers of the Sundarbans.
She is best known for her iconic dance numbers like Dilbar Dilbar, Garmi and her latest song Manike, from the movie Thank God starring Sidharth Malhotra and Ajay Devgan.
Nora will next be seen in the upcoming movie An Action Hero, alongside Ayushmann Khurrana and Jaideep Ahlawat.
Missed in Qatar
Nora’s fans were disappointed around the world after she wasn’t part of the FIFA World Cup’s opening ceremony in Qatar.
Following the opening ceremony, many took to Twitter to ask, “Any idea where Nora Fatehi was?”
The reaction was expected as earlier reports suggested that Nora was set to perform on the big stage. However, the actress was not scheduled to perform at the opening show, but will perform on November 29 at the FIFA Fan Festival alongside other international celebrities.