Producers need my ‘item songs’ to save their bad films: Nora Fatehi
Bollywood actress Nora Fatehi expressed that producers rely on her glamorous presence to lift up their bad films.
During an interview with an Indian daily, the actress revealed that she feels empowered that most of the producers depend on her item song to make their film work.
"I'm not sure if everyone needs me, but it gives me a sense of empowerment and responsibility. And if I say yes, I offer them everything I have. I devote my time to them, rehearse for hours, and make certain that every element, down to the costume and makeup, is taken extremely carefully. And I really deliver when I'm in front of the camera. So it's not as if I'm saying, 'Oh, you need me? I am here; I will take two or three steps and then leave. Nope I give my best till the very end," said the actress.
The "Dilbar" actress doesn't accept all the songs that come her way. She only accepts the ones that intrigue her. She doesn't want to do item songs that typecast her or bore the audiences.
Nora Fatehi's popular dance number includes "Kusu Kusu", "Dilbar", "O Saki Saki", "Manike", "Kamariya", among others. She has worked in movies like "Bharat", "Stree", "Batla House", "Roar", and "Satyameva Jayate".