Dilbar Arabic version teaser: Nora Fatehi's collaborates with Morrocan band Fnaire for rehash
The Arabic version of Dilbar has been directed by Abderrafia el Abdioui and choreographed Caesar Gonsalves
Nora Fatehi, the Moroccon-Canadian model-dancer broke records with her dance number 'Dilbar' for Satyameva Jayate, featuring John Abraham. The 26-year-old model recently released the teaser of a new Arabic version of the song in collaboration with the Arabic band Fnaire.
The video features traditional Indian elements, which include a lush backdrop of Rajasthani palaces, vibrant costumes and dry colours. 'Dilbar' has been directed by Abderrafia el Abdioui and choreographed Caesar Gonsalves. Fatehi, who is a trained belly dancer, is seen showcasing her deft moves in the teaser. Nora looks resplendent in a yellow lehnga and a turquoise blue blouse. The model has adorned heavy and intricate jewelry for the dance number.
She tweeted about the teaser too:
Heres the teaser of the Arabic Dilbar giving you moroccan bollywood vibes 🇲🇦🇮🇳🔥 watch me and @fnaire_official singing and dancing to Arabic Dilbar on November 30th! #filmy
Director Abderrafia el abdioui
Choreography Caesar Gonsalves
Presented by @TSeries @itsBhushanKumar pic.twitter.com/ECtmSLepIw
— Nora Fatehi (@Norafatehi) November 28, 2018
The song is scheduled to release on 30 November.
The original 'Dilbar' number was performed by Sushmita Sen, who praised Fatehi saying that she was "absolutely fantastic". "Nora has absolutely killed it but I still like the original version more," added Sen.
Watch the teaser here.
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