Nora Fatehi injured her knees while shooting ‘Garmi’ song on the sets of Street Dancer 3D

It takes a lot for an to prove his or her worth as a professional. Overcoming odds and working long hours without breaks, rehearsals and continuous effort to improve one’s skill set are just some of the things that artistes are required to do to ensure they carve a space for themselves in the industry. Take for instance. Although she started out as a dancing star, she worked meticulously to make an identity for herself as an , which explains why she has been cast opposite in


The Remo D’Souza film features her in the character of a dancer who is in love with Varun’s character. The makers of the film launched the song ‘Garmi’ this afternoon. The song, which is being talked about for Varun and Nora’s undeniable chemistry and timing as dancers, has a little back story. Nora, who plays a trained dancer in the film, was required to wear stilettos for this song. High-heeled shoes only added to the difficulty level of the performance that she was expected to deliver. If this was not enough, the actress also injured her knee on the very first day of the .

Given that her clothes were well-fitted and were meant to accentuate her oomph factor, the actress refused to wear knee pads for the shoot, as she didn’t want it to affect her overall appearance in the song. The actress shot the entire song without the use of knee-pads and pulled off a difficult song with absolute ease!

Street Dancer 3D, helmed by Remo D’souza, stars Varun Dhawan and and is scheduled to release on January 24, 2019.

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