"we can think about an engagement or marriage"
Nora Fatehi has apparently expressed her desire to marry one of India’s most popular child stars.
The Canadian actress and dancer appeared on Kareena Kapoor Khan’s chat show, What Women Want, where she revealed the identity of the child.
On the show, Kareena told Nora that she and her husband Saif Ali Khan love her dance performances.
Nora thanked her before saying that she would like to marry her son Taimur Ali Khan when he is older.
She said: “I am hoping that soon, when Taimur gets older, we can think about an engagement or marriage between me and him.”
The statement left Kareena speechless for a few moments. She then laughed and told Nora:
“Well, he is four. I think there is a long way to go.”
Nora replied: “It’s okay, I will wait.”
Taimur is one of Bollywood’s most well-known child stars and a favourite of the paparazzi.
Although he is used to them taking pictures of him, there have been instances where he has told them “no photos“.
Meanwhile, Nora Fatehi is one of Bollywood’s most stunning stars ever since she rose to fame in the song ‘Dilbar’.
However, on What Women Want, Nora also revealed a horrible experience with a casting director during the early days of her career which almost made her leave India.
Recalling the experience, Nora said:
“There was one casting director that I met in the first few months that I came to India.
“She almost made me feel like packing my bags and leaving. She said to me, ‘There are too many people like you here. Our industry is sick and tired of people like you. We don’t want you’.
“She was screaming at me. She was shouting, ‘You are talentless, we don’t want you’.”
Though Nora was left upset, she believes it may have driven her to work harder to get to where she is today.
She continued: “I just left and I cried so much.
“I didn’t ask for it because that casting director called me, I didn’t even know who she was.
“She called me to her house and she sat me down just to scream at me.
“I was new in the country, so I was like, ‘Is this what everyone does here? Just call people to scream at them?’
“Maybe what she said to me and how she said it was low-key a driving force.”