an off-shoulder black bikini with a plunging neckline
Nora Fatehi set social media alight when she showed off her bikini looks.
The popular dancer has been busy promoting the song ‘Chhor Denge’ and it has received a huge response.
Taking a break from her busy schedule, Nora is currently on a beach holiday in Goa and she is making the most of her time off in a red bikini.
She shared glimpses from her time in the sun, wearing a red tube neck bikini top and matching bottoms.
Her look was extremely popular among social media users who were quick to make their thoughts known.
Many complimented her beauty while others filled the comments section with heart and fire emojis.
Nora Fatehi also flaunted her figure in an off-shoulder black bikini with a plunging neckline which added to her holiday mood.
The pictures and videos attracted even more attention. Many of her fans loved the look.
One person said: “So beautiful.”
Another wrote: “Wow super sexy model.”
A third commented: “You are very cute.”
Nora enjoyed her time chilling in the sun and her enviable posts provide a glimpse of that.
On the work front, Nora will next star in Bhuj: The Pride Of India alongside Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt and Sonakshi Sinha.
While Nora is one of Bollywood’s most popular dancers, she revealed that her early days were a struggle.
In an interview, she emotionally recalled the trauma she experienced as well as meeting “evil people” in the industry.
On her initial days in India, Nora explained:
“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.”
She continued: “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.”
Nora also revealed that casting directors would call her for auditions and give Hindi dialogues, knowing that she is not Indian.
“They would start laughing together, high-fiving each other.”
She would think to herself: “How f*****g dare you, wait till I leave. Don’t do it in front of my face.”