Nora Fatehi conversation with Malaika Arora

Dec 14, 2022 - 23:43
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Nora Fatehi conversation with Malaika Arora

Nora Fatehi confessed throughout the episode that she believed this type of discussion was particularly disrespectful. Both celebrities are talented dancers who have worked as judges on various reality shows.

In the most recent episode of Moving In With Malaika, Malaika Arora and Nora Fatehi talked about their rumoured rivalry and how people always put them up against one another. Nora confirmed during the episode that she thought this kind of conversation was particularly disrespectful. Both celebrities are accomplished dancers who have worked as judges on various reality competitions.

Malaika has accomplished things I could never achieve," Nora remarked. "You are a part of the expanding legacy of Bollywood; that was a golden era. We discuss the time but not the present day. Because it detracts from the things I am doing, it is disrespectful not only to you but also to me. People "water down" their identity, continued Nora.

"If I was on a show, they would make sure Nora was on the show," Malaika Arora said. I assumed that everyone was constantly attempting to position us against one another and put us on the show. Malaika also informed Nora Fatehi that she is the target of attempts to "shove" her out. Malaika said, "I'm human at the end of the day," when Nora questioned if she ever felt awful. On certain days, I think, "Oh, that job could have been mine, but now someone else has it," at the end of the day. That occurs frequently. These kinds of things can destroy you. You must contend with the fact that someone else may be younger and prettier.

Malaika said that despite seeing girls come and leave, she had been able to stay. She went on to ask Nora if she had ever unconsciously sought to change herself in order to be more like her. Nora said that she has her own identity and has never considered following Malaika's path. "When they compare, I think I would want people to salute me if I went through half the crap that you went through in your career."

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