Nora Fatehi’s Hook Step For The Song Saki Saki Makes Waves In Russia. Russian Woman Teaches It To Her Class.
When I was little, every time that I would get an award or a round of applause from an appreciative audience, I would look over tp my parents who would be beaming in pride. That vibe of walking with a head held high, and a chest puffed with delight, I would often wonder how could something that I did make my parents so happy. And today, all those years later, when I see a fellow woman succeeding I feel a similar feeling of pride well up in my eyes too. Just like when we saw Nora Fatehi’s work reach the ends of Russia as she continues to inspire people with her dance moves.
Making a name for herself in the Bollywood industry as a phenomenal dancer, Nora Fatehi is now a household name, often even a name doled out as a compliment to young girls who are promising dancers. And seems like, after flooring all of India with her talent, her name has now started to make a buzz all way in Russia too.
This after we saw one of Nora’s fans in Russia teach her the hook step to the hit song Saki Saki with the caption, ““A Russian trainer teacher #sakisaki hook step to her students, this video is trending on #tiktok.” The video that had gone viral, also caught the dancer’s eyes, as Nora shared it on her Instastory.
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And honestly, with the kind of mind boggling and catchy choreography that Nora is known to bring to her songs, we weren’t surprised to see that even the international dance enthusiasts would want a piece of Nora Fatehi’s hook steps to Indian songs.
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In fact this wasn’t the first time that Nora and her hit songs like Saki Saki, Naach Meri Rani, Naah, were seen trending with International dance crews. Videos of groups from Japan, America and now even Russia keep coming in, as she is making a name for herself and getting everyone groove on desi Bollywood songs. Way to go, Nora!