Dancer and actress Nora Fatehi poses for a photo in her Instagram page.
Dancer-actress Nora Fatehi, in her latest social media post, has shared what she wants to do.
In a new Instagram post, Nora shared a stunning picture. In the image, She looks gorgeous in a latex corset and harem pants. She completed her look with bright red hair, minimal make-up and ankle length peep-toe shoes.
"I wanna dance and love and dance again," Nora wrote alongside the image, which currently has 507k likes on the photo-sharing website.
Recently, Nora had borrowed from a song by Meghan Thee Stallion to describe herself. She took to Instagram and posted a picture dressed in a gold blazer and skirt. For the caption, she borrowed lines from Meghan Thee Stallion's song "Savage".
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The women came together to rebuild and repair the only runway in Bhuj, which was crucial for the war.
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