In this 16-minute long video of the shooting, Nora has shared clips from her rehearsals to make-up, costume and hairstyle. Told about her African dance style. Referred to the difficulty in dancing on the sand and the changing seasons of the shooting location.
Nora Fatehi’s recently released music video Dance Meri Rani is in the news. Nora is wearing three different costumes in this song. All are different from each other and very stylish. Even though Nora has carried it very gracefully on screen, the reality is quite the opposite. Nora has shared the BTS video of the shooting in her YouTube channel. She has shared every moment of her shooting, in which Nora was also seen telling that she was injured due to her heavy dress.
Shot done despite blisters on feet
In this 16-minute long video of the shooting, Nora has shared clips from her rehearsals to make-up, costume and hairstyle. Told about her African dance style. Referred to the difficulty in dancing on the sand and the changing seasons of the shooting location. It was very hot in the morning and it was cold in the evening. In a sequence of the song, Nora has tied ghungroos on her feet, due to which her feet got blisters. Despite this, he did not stop shooting and quickly changed her dress and shot another sequence.
Nora is wearing two heavy clothes in the song. The first is her silver shimmer outfit and the second is her mermaid outfit. Nora had a lot of difficulties in handling both these dresses. But Nora also got injured due to the mermaid dress. At the end of the video, when Nora is seen carrying her crew in her lap, the actress is seen crying. She told that her legs would break because of the mermaid dress.
Nora got hurt because of the mermaid dress
Actually, a crew member was twisting the fin side of the mermaid costume, causing Nora’s legs to twist as well. Because of this Nora was in pain and cried. She told in the video that if her legs were broken, she would have walked in a wheelchair. Whereas dance is so important to her and she cannot do it without feet.