Nora Fatehi has left her mark on audiences worldwide with her latest song Dilbar. The Moroccan–Canadian actress and dancer, whose latest stint in the recreated version of Sushmita Sen’s Dilbar in the film Satyameva Jayate starring John Abraham, has broken records to become the first Indian song to reach number 3 on the Billboards YouTube charts. Also Read - Nora Fatehi Looks Like a Million Bucks in Multi-Coloured Co-Ord Set, See VIRAL Photos

Dilbar: Satyameva Jayate Song Featuring Nora Fatehi Clocks Over 49 Million Views on YouTube

Dilbar: Satyameva Jayate Song Featuring Nora Fatehi Clocks Over 49 Million Views on YouTube

The song, which was released on the social media platform last week has raced ahead of popular songs like Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor’s High Rated Gabru by Guru Randhawa from the film Nawabzaade and Ishaan Khatter and Janhvi Kapoor’s Zingaat by music duo Ajay-Atul from the soon to release Dhadak. In one week Dilbar has clocked over 76 million views while High Rated Gabru featuring Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor has received 60 million views since its release and Zingaat, which hasn’t left its mark like its original Marathi counterpart, has garnered 50 million views since its release. Also Read - Fitting Punishment? Tourists Roaming Without Masks Made to Do 50 Push-ups in Bali | Watch

The song is directed by Tanshik Bagchi, with lyrics written by Shabbir Ahmed and Ikka and sung by Neha Kakkar, Dhvani Bhanusali and Ikka. The video features Nora Fatehi along with John Abraham. The song has a twist of Arabic theme to it, and Nora has outdone herself with her insane dance moves and set fire to the screen with her beautiful belly dancing. Also Read - 'Scary, Yet Beautiful: Spectacular Videos Capture The Moment Italy's Mount Etna Erupts & Shoots Lava Into The Sky | Watch

Check out the song here:


Nora, who looks sizzling hot in the song, has clearly won millions of hearts with her take on the iconic song and the numbers just seem to be growing. On seeing the love, Nora said “This is incredible. I am honestly still in disbelief. This is what any artist dreams of, and I am so relieved that everyone is loving my work in Dilbar. I felt immense pressure and was very nervous but seeing the success of Dilbar surpass such big songs makes me feel very humbled and grateful! I’ve been really waiting for something like this to happen.”