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Bigg Boss 9: New wild card Norah Fatehi is more than a pretty import

Norah Fatehi, the new wild card entry in Bigg Boss 9 says that she is more than just a stereotypical pretty foreign import. The Moroccan actor wants to take part in the tasks and make the most of this opportunity.

tv Updated: Dec 06, 2015 16:12 IST
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Norah Fatehi in a still from her movie Roar: The Tigers of the Sundarbans.

The new Bigg Boss wild card entrant Moroccan beauty Norah Fatehi wants to raise the glamour quotient on the show.

Nora, who made her Bollywood debut with Roar: Tigers of the Sundarbans, says she want to bring in some life to the season touted as one of the most dull till now.

“I am entering the house with a hope to raise the entertainment quotient. But, I will entertain the audience with my ability to do tasks and not the unnecessary fights. I want to uplift the mood of the people inside the house as well the viewers,” Nora told PTI.

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Born in Canada, Nora has followed last two seasons of the show religiously and says there is no point in preparing before entering the house as anything can happen there. “In Bigg Boss house anything can happen. Any one can react in the most unexpected way. I am nervous but excited at the same time.”

The show is known for it’s dirty fights and budding romances, but for Nora her only aim is to be good at tasks and make friends. “My biggest strength is to make friends and I hope this will be an advantage for me inside the house. Apart from it, I am too excited to perform tasks. I love doing physically challenging stuff,” she said.

Norah Fatehi in a still from her movie Roar: The Tigers of the Sundarbans.

A self-proclaimed Salman Khan fan, the model considers Bigg Boss as a great platform to showcase her talent and believes the show will be an advantage in her career.

“I will showcase my talent in the show. I want to change people’s perception about foreign talents. I want to convey that I have more to offer as an artist and I am not a stereotypical pretty foreign import. I hope that many doors will open for me once I exit the house,” she said.

First Published: Dec 06, 2015 16:11 IST