Nora Fatehi Criticised For ‘Vulgar’ Twerk Dance On National TV, Viewers Express Concern Over Family-Friendly Content

Actress Nora Fatehi, currently serving as one of the judges on the dance reality show Dance+ Pro. She faced criticism from netizens following her recent performance on the show. The actress danced to her chart-topping track “Naach Meri Rani,” but the performance did not sit well with some viewers.

Numerous clips of Nora’s performance quickly went viral, showcasing the actress and other contestants dancing energetically to “Naach Meri Rani.” Nora exhibited sensuous moves and incorporated twerking into her routine. To the surprise of the audience, she even poured water on herself during the performance, leaving judges Remo D’Souza, Punit Pathak, Shakti Mohan, and others in awe while spectators cheered her on, appreciating her confidence.

Nora Fatehi’s Sensational Dance Sparks Controversy

Despite the positive reaction in the studio, the performance received criticism from viewers who believed it was inappropriate for national television. Some users expressed their discomfort, stating that the dance was “against Indian culture” and not suitable for family viewing.

One user commented, “Can’t even watch with family…now it’s all about vulgarity,” while another remarked, “And this is supposed to be a family show. Nora, we love your art, but Indian culture doesn’t permit such acts, please avoid them.”

Mixed Reactions as Netizens Debate Nora’s Performance

 

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However, amidst the criticism, there were also users who praised Nora’s performance. Remo, one of the judges, responded to the post with fire emoticons, appreciating the actress’s effort.

On the professional front, Nora is gearing up for her upcoming project, “Crakk,” in which she will share the screen with Vidyut Jammwal. The film’s songs have already garnered attention on the internet, and the much-anticipated release is scheduled for February 23.

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