Nora Fatehi Shared Behind The Scenes Footage Of Her Song O Saki Saki And Those Moves Are Killer
Okay, we will admit it. We are still not over Nora Fatehi’s scintillating dance moves from her dance number, Dilbar, whose steps we tried recreating but failed miserably! And now the talented diva has again wowed us with her new song, O Saki Saki, which is the reprised version of the old song of the same name. The song has received all sorts of feedback from fans- Koena Mitra who starred in the previous version of the song was not impressed – but Nora Fatehi’s killer dance moves made our jaws drop. It is also hard to believe that Nora is not a trained dancer and it’s her sheer hard work and lots of practice that she puts in that makes the moves come alive.
To prepare for O Saki Saki, Nora Fatehi had to learn a bunch of skills, besides just the moves. Nora had to learn how to dance with fire and she aced it within just 2 days! Nora said, “This was literally a day before the shoot of O Saki Saki… I had only about 2 days to learn how to do fire dancing… As you can see from this video, I had fear written all over my face as I was doing this for the first time! My heart was racing and I was sweating like a pig!”
Check out the video!
Nora Fatehi added, “But in very less time, I managed to figure out the technique and learnt the choreography only because I kept my determination despite the fear of dancing with fire and that too with such a heavy prop. I have learnt a new skill now and I’m really proud of myself!” She also further revealed that she always wanted to master the art of dancing with fire but never had the chance and courage to do so. “But as an artist, it’s always important to push yourself and find ways to work under pressure regardless of the circumstances! Never say I can’t, always say I will,” she wrote.
Nora Fatehi believes that her determination has bought the best out of her as an artist. Earlier, in a candid interview, Nora had said, “The way Tanishk (Bagchi) has composed this song is out of this world and I knew visually I’ll have to match up.” She also added that O Saki Saki “leads up to a very important sequence of events that carries the story forward”.
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