Recently, Nora Fatehi discussed the importance of education and financial independence for women.

In a short amount of time, Nora Fatehi has had a significant influence on the Indian entertainment sector. In addition to her musical performances, the dancer-actor is also receiving a lot of acting possibilities. In a recent interview with Connect FM Canada, Nora discussed her role as her family’s only provider of income. She also discussed why, in her opinion, money comes first in life.

Nora Fatehi discusses her struggles with money.

The actor was questioned about Akshay Kumar’s jokes about Nora being picky about money when he referred to her as a “Gujarati” during the interview. In response, she stated, “It’s very important.” I’m at work all the time. I can work on three concurrent shootings in a single day. I work nonstop for reasons that make sense to me. For him, I get the same vibes. I appreciate that he works hard and is very focused on his finances. My family depends on me for income, thus that is my explanation. I look after my household.

I don’t have a boyfriend supporting me financially or covering my rent, dreams, or anything else. Everything is paid for by me. My responsibility includes looking after my mother, my siblings, and my pals.

Nora gave the example of women who are reliant on their partners and would be left without anything in the event of a divorce. She emphasized the need of education and financial autonomy for women. The Madgaon Express star said that because she began working at the age of sixteen, she was unable to enjoy her childhood.

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with Bollywood, Nora debuted with the film Roar: Tigers of the Sunderbans. Her dancing sequences in hit movies like Satyamev Jayate, Batla House, Marjaavan, and Thank God catapulted her to stardom. She most recently starred in Madgaon Express, directed by Kunal Khemu, and Crakk, directed by Vidyut Jamwal.