Baahubali Hottie Reveals The Ugly Side Of Her Film Industry

Baahubali Hottie Reveals The Ugly Side Of Her Film Industry

Canadian beauty Nora Fatehi has been much talked about for the last couple of weeks for her sizzling same moves in the super hit song 'Saki Saki' in John Abraham's upcoming film 'Batla House'. Nora recently interacted with a popular Bollywood tabloid and revealed some heartbreaking and shady incidents that took place in Mumbai in the initial days of her career.

Nora, who sizzled in Baahubali's Manohari and Temper's Ittage Rechipodam, said that she had to sacrifice Rs 20 lakhs to an agency which brought her from Canada to Mumbai several years ago. "Life for foreigners in India is very difficult," she added.

The svelte beauty further said that she had to share an apartment with 8 girls initially. "My roommates stole my passport, I had to leave India and go back to Canada for a while," she said, also adding that she was bullied and humiliated by several casting agents during auditions due to her improper Hindi.

"People would laugh in front of my face as if I'm some circus. I used to cry while traveling back to my home. One casting agent had told me, 'We don't need you here. Go back'. I'll never forget that," she said.