Sharing a video of her super hit song ‘Dilbar,’ actor Nora Fatehi on Saturday celebrated one year of her becoming the face of the rejigged version of the old classic song. Fatehi took to Instagram to share a short clip from the song featuring her and penned down a note along with it in the caption.
In the caption, Nora explained how becoming the ‘Dilbar girl’ was a turning point in her career as she rose to success with the song.
“Today changed my entire life forever, July 4th Dilbar was released.. i became the dilbar girl, the whole world stood up and noticed me.. and the rest is history. This day is very special to me, this song is very special to me,” she wrote.
“I gained an amazing diverse fandom and created a brand that will forever inspire people! Im blesssed and grateful #happydilbargirlday,” she further wrote.
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thanks to my fans, audience for uplifting me & celebrating me! July 4th is iconic for oriental dance giving it a platform in bollywood cinema, stage & youtube globally! Putting it on the map! Diversity is so important!This day opened up so many doors for me, inspired so many to dance confidently, to embrace & love themselves. Ive been waiting for a day like July 4th all my life as an artist & as an outsider to make a mark in a place like bollywood. Its a dream come true for me & so many like me! I get to represent for all the queens and kings out there who have a DREAM! Representation is so important & now anybody from any background, any part of the world can look up to me & believe that it can happen! the hustle dont stop! I hope to forever have ur support,love and encouragment! It wouldnt be possible without u guys! ❤️🔥🧿💪🏽 #Happydilbargirlday #blessed
The song which featured in John Abraham’s action-drama ‘Satyameva Jayate’ is a recreated version of song ‘Dilbar’ from 1999’s film ‘Sirf Tum’.
Dancing to the recreated number is Nora Fatehi, while John Abraham is seen fighting goons. The song is sung by Neha Kakkar, Dhvani Bhanushali, Ikka while the lyrics have been penned by Shabbir Ahmed.