FIFA World Cup 2022: Nora Fatehi Takes Over The Internet With Her Electrifying Performance On Saki Saki At Football Fanfest!
Nora Fatehi left the hearts thumping as she burned the stage with her sizzling dance moves on O Saki Saki, Naach Meri Rani and other songs
Apparently, people cannot stop talking about Nora Fatehi’s electrifying performance at FIFA fanfest. The actress has literally taken over the internet as she grooved to the Bollywood numbers in Qatar.
On Tuesday evening, Nora left the hearts thumping as she burned the stage with her sizzling dance moves on O Saki Saki, Naach Meri Rani and other songs at the FIFA Fan Fest event.
While on stage, Nora interacted with the audience and she even waved the Indian flag as she asked for it and held it high on the stage. While fans couldn’t stop admiring her sizzling dance moves, the beautiful actress gave goosebumps to her fans and the audience, as she raised the Indian flag and gave the outcry of ‘Jai Hind’ on the international stage.
While the videos of her waving the tricolour and roaring Jai Hind are already doing the rounds on social media, the videos and pictures from the event have taken over the internet.
The football fest was organized at Al Bidda Park, which is in the heart of Doha. Nora lent her voice along with International rapper Nicki Minaj for the official football anthem - 'Light the Sky' for FIFA World Cup 2022. She was joined with the leagues of Jennifer Lopez and Shakira. The global sensation had earlier featured in the official Qatar World Cup anthem, which premiered on YouTube on October 7.
For those unaware, Nora is one of the most iconic dancers of the latest generation. The sizzling diva has delivered some of the most electrifying performances and fans cannot stop grooving to her steps.
Over the years, she has amassed over 43 million followers on Instagram. More than 7 billion people have seen her featured YouTube videos overall. She emerged as the first Arab African female artist to reach 1 billion views on a single YouTube unit with her well-known song Dilbar.
She made her singing debut in 2018, working with the Moroccan band Fnaire to produce and perform the Arabic version of Dilbar, which helped her build a sizable Arab fan base.