Nora Fatehi's four-week stint in the Bigg Boss 9 house won her a lot of popularity. A lot of credit goes to her chemistry with co-contestant and BB9 winner Prince Narula. However, Nora thinks that there was nothing more than just a beautiful connection between her and the Punjabi hunk.
As she got candid with IANS in an interview in Mumbai, Nora opened up about many things including her future projects and prospects of working with Bigg Boss host Salman Khan. Excerpts:
On being an Indian at heart:
"My family is from Morocco, and I was born and raised in Canada, but I'm an Indian at heart, for sure. I came to India two and half years ago, and within that time, I have tried to do many things. I'm an artiste... I dance, I act and I do a lot of things that's got to do with arts, and that's my space. I feel happiest in that space."
On relationship with Prince Narula:
"What happened between me and Prince is technically not a controversy. There is nothing wrong in it. We liked each other. What we had was very sweet and innocent. When I entered the show, I supported him a lot and gave him a lot of advice."
On her connection with Prince:
"There was a nice connect and the audience loved that. A lot of people enjoyed (watching) me and Prince together, our chemistry and conversations... They thought it was cute. For me, it was a beautiful experience."
On whether she expects an opportunity of work with Salman Khan:
"I don't believe in chasing people for work. He (Salman) knows who I am and he said a lot of good things about me. He has a lot of respect for me and my work... We partied and chilled together and I even went to his farmhouse."
She also revealed that the audience will see her next in a promotional song in John Abraham's Rocky Handsome. Her other projects include Samir Soni's directorial -- My Birthday, opposite Sanjay Suri and a reality TV show.