Nora Fatehi believes her life story is documentary material

Nora Fatehi was last seen in the film Madgaon Express

By Web Desk
April 15, 2024
Nora Fatehi plans to turn her life story into a documentary

Nora Fatehi, who was last seen in the film Madgaon Express, revealed that she is planning to translate her journey onto the screen, stating, "My life is documentary worthy."

During an exclusive interview with News18 Showsha, the 32-year-old actress expressed her belief that her journey is documentary material, having risen from obscurity to fame.


The Batla House actress shared, "I have a story, and one day, I would want to make a documentary and talk about how this random girl named Nora belonging to the most random place in the world and who’s not even Indian came to Bollywood, assimilated, learned the language and broke barriers."

"She acted in a bunch of films with some good actors. People told her that she won’t be able to make it but she made it happen and became a global star. This is my story. I think my life is documentary-worthy,” Nora added.

It is pertinent to mention her that Nora has frequently recounted arriving in India with only Rs 5000 and facing ridicule at auditions due to her lack of Hindi proficiency.

During the interview, the Street Dancer 3D actress also discussed the setbacks encountered with Crakk, released on February 23, 2024.

Nora shared, “A lot of people asked me how I felt about it [the failure of Crakk] and I told them that I felt great. I didn’t come to this industry for my films to clock big numbers. I’m not a box-office actor."