Nora Fatehi has become an established actor now, but all the success came only after a lot of hard work. The actress has often talked about her struggles and recently when she arrived on one of the episodes of Star vs Food, the actress opened up about the time when she used to waitress when she was a teenager.

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Fatehi talked about working as a waitress ‘on and off’ between the age of 16 to 18. “It’s very difficult to be a waitress. You have to have communication skills, personality, you have to be fast, you have to have a good memory. Sometimes, customers can be mean, so you have to be able to handle situations,” she said.

“But yeah, it was a side hustle, it was a way I was making money on the side. I think it’s a culture that we have in Canada. Like, everybody has jobs. You go to school, you work at the same time,” she revealed.

 

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Fatehi also spilled the beans on how she maintains her figure. “I come from a culture where (being) skinny is not good. We really love thickness and curviness in female bodies. For me, I am always trying to be thick and curvy and put on weight. That’s a cultural mentality that we have, that’s why we are constantly eating,” she said, adding that their meals comprise ‘big breakfasts’ and ‘big lunches’.

Fatehi was last seen on the screen in Remo D’Souza’s Street Dancer 3D and also starred in Guru Randhawa’s single, Naach Meri Rani. The actress recently starred in Bhuj: The Pride of India as well. The film which is set in the backdrop of the 1971 Indo-Pakistan War, will see her acting opposite Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, Sharad Kelkar and Ammy Virk. The actress received a lot of love and appreciation for her acting in the film.

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