The song, which was a remake of Sushmita Sen’s hit number from Sirf Tum, keeping the oomph quotient of the original, had brought in the raw glamour of Arabian nights with a modern twist. Nora had worn a shimmery, sequined bralette with a full-length skirt featuring a thigh-high slit and a fitted embellished belt.
From opting for neutral tones to slaying high-rise denim pants, in this period, Nora’s fashion captured the style of a modern, contemporary woman who opts for effortless clothing.
Nora Fatehi’s Style Evolution From Sarees To bandage Dresses
Though Nora has performed in several movies, she is still known as the Dilbar girl. And it wouldn’t be too far-fetched to say that for the longest time the shimmery red dress became synonymous with her name.
When it comes to fashion, nothing screams fierce and ballsy like a woman in a pantsuit. And Nora has been proving this statement true time and again. Rarely does one go wrong with black and Nora proves it in this classic Raghavendra Rathore suit paired with an elegant bowtie, black pumps and a sleek ponytail.
From bandage dresses to shimmery ensembles to metallic plunging neckline mermaid gowns, Nora’s look in all these dresses was more than perfect. Though Nora has always had a preference for gowns, it is the one ensemble that she has experimented the most with and managed to get a thumbs up from us too.
Nora has never shied away from experimenting with prints. From animal print dresses to floral ensembles, the diva has done it all. Be it wearing a bodycon dress with a drooping neckline or a thigh-slit dress with a metallic gold top and bow-adorned skirt, Nora has always nailed the leopard print.