Nora Fatehi is a Moroccan-Canadian dancer, model and actress, whose popularity in the country soared after her stay in the Bigg Boss house. Known for her killer dance moves, the Bollywood bombshell has been seen in movies like Kick 2, Baahubali and can be seen shaking a leg in Naah, the popular song by Harrdy Sandhu. In fact, the gorgeous actress has shaken up a storm on the Internet with her belly dance videos. The videos are enough to leave your jaws drop and would make you drool over her.
Nora is a popular face among the youth and is a sensation on social media, with around 1 million followers on Instagram. The model was last seen on television on an episode of the popular MTV show, Troll Police, where famous celebrities take a dig at their social media trolls face to face. Moreover, she had been part of reality shows such as Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa and Bigg Boss season 9 as a participant.
Post her reality show ventures, the actress is all geared up to make her debut as a host on television. Nora will be hosting MTV’s upcoming reality show, Dating in the Dark. The MTV show is based on a popular international format with the same name. Dating in the Dark is a very popular show in several countries where pairs of men and women are introduced to each other with the prospect of finding love and attraction. The only catch of the show is that they have to know each other while staying in complete darkness. Dating In The Dark brings out the ultimate question that does looks really matter in a genuine bond between two people and can attraction of personalities be stronger than their attraction to physical being.
Talking about her new role, Nora was quoted as saying, “I’m very excited to start the shoot of Dating in the Dark, this is huge for me as I’ve always wanted to be a face of my own show and MTV is the perfect platform to reach the younger audience. This is going to be a really interesting and unique show and I’m sure the audience will really enjoying watching.” The concept of the show looks unique and we are much excited about seeing Nora as the host.