WATCH: Nora Fatehi Posts A Killer Dance Video On Instagram To Celebrate This Special Occasion, Here's What It Is 

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Nora Fatehi made her acting debut in Kamal Sadanah’s 2014 horror feature 'Roar'.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Nora Fatehi has entered the league of celebrities who boast a massive fan following. The 'Dilbar' artist recently won 4 million followers on Instagram and so she decided to celebrate the occasssion by posting a killer dance video and paying a tribute to her idol Ciara. In the video, Nora can be seen flauting her amazing dancing skills in a hip hop fashion on the superhit song 'Ride'.

 WATCH: Nora Fatehi's Arabic Version Of 'Dilbar' Is Impossible To Miss

She captioned the video as, "Serving Swag and a lil Ciara energy to my 4 million Norianas on insta love u guysπŸ”₯πŸ₯³πŸ˜ πŸ’• Riding the beat with @shaziasamji #oldschoolvibes #ride
🎡 Ride by @ciara"

Watch the video below: 

On the work front, Nora Fatehi will now be a part of John Abraham's next project 'Batla House'. She plays an important role in Nikkhil’s directorial, Batla House, which features the actor as then ACP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav. The film which went on the floors on October 21, is inspired by a real encounter that took place a decade ago. 

Directed by Nikkhil Advani, the film is inspired by a real encounter that took place a decade ago on September 19 in Delhi. The film will star John Abraham in the role of Sanjeev Kumar Yadav, who spearheaded the Batla House encounter.

 WATCH: After Dance-off With Varun Dhawan, Nora Fatehi Becomes Shraddha Kapoor's Teacher As 'Dilbar' Fad Continues

Nora Fatehi made her acting debut in Kamal Sadanah’s 2014 horror feature 'Roar'. Earlier in 2018, she set dance floors on fire with the reprised version of the iconic 'Sirf Tum' song, “Dilbar”, matching up to the expectations raised by Sushmita Sen in the original song. 



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