Nora Fatehi opened up about her journey and how she created a name for herself in the industry so it encourages upcoming dancers and choreographers to choose dance as a profession.
Nora Fatehi, a stunning actress and dancer who has captured the hearts of millions with her incredible moves, is serving as the second judge on the upcoming dance reality series Hip Hop India, with renowned choreographer Remo D'Souza. The show, which is airing on Amazon MiniTV since July 21, is being hailed as India's first hip-hop dance reality show and promises to feature the best in the nation.
Recently when OTTplay got an opportunity to speak to the actress exclusively, she opened up about her journey and how she created a name for herself in the industry so it encourages upcoming dancers and choreographers to choose dance as a profession. Nora Fatehi said: "I always wanted to talk about my story. I always wanted to tell people how the journey was like, what it involved so it can help other people who are watching."
Talking about the most difficult part of being a judge, Nora said, "Saying no is difficult and I was judging a kids show and saying no to them was very difficult. But here, I love the fact that it’s very raw and we just keep it real and we are encouraged to have no filters on the show."
Talking about the reality show, Hip Hop India will provide a wide range of hip-hop dance forms, including popping, locking, breaking, and waacking, and it will provide a stage for the next generation of outstanding dancers to showcase their prowess. The contestants will compete in a series of thrilling tasks under the direction of well-known mentors from the Indian hip-hop scene in an effort to win the coveted title of the country's best hip-hop phenomenon.
Hip Hop India is currently streaming on Amazon miniTV.
Watch the full interview here: