Nora Fatehi’s First Look from the file Bhuj
In Nora Ftaehi’s upcoming film, she has sported a real head injury which otherwise had to be VFX.
Nora Fatehi exemplified professionalism by exhibiting a genuine injury on her forehead in the first trailer for her forthcoming movie. The motion poster for one of the year’s most awaited films, Bhuj: The Pride of India, was just published, revealing the looks of the excellent cast, featuring Nora Fatehi. While the various costumes created the tone for the historical drama, Nora Fatehi’s outfit as Heena Rehman stood out in particular since the actress wore genuine blood on her forehead for her character.
Nora Fatehi reveals the unfortunate event that caused her injury, saying, “We were filming an action scene, and the film maker wanted to shoot the scene in a single take with only one camera, so my co-actor and I practised the action action sequences in which he holds a gun to my face and I flick the gun out of his hands to start beating him up. It went well in our rehearsals, which were just five minutes before the take, but when we started rolling the actual take, the coordination was wrong and the actor inadvertently swung the pistol to my face, inflicting an injury and blood gushing out.”
The actress was brought to the hospital right away since the injury caused swelling and blood loss, which made her become unconscious her because of the pain.
In fact, the injury worked out for the film since a scene called for Nora’s face to be crushed in a mirror, which was intended to be a VFX fabrication. With Nora’s accident, though, the crew opted to utilise her actual wound.
Nora Fatehi adds another intriguing tale “Later that day, we shot another action scene, this time a chase sequence that required running, action, and quick motions. During the shot, I fell and severely injured my fingers, requiring the usage of a sling for the duration of the session. Overall, it was a physically demanding sequence in which I was severely injured since I performed all of my sequences without the assistance of a stunt double, but I wear my scars with pride because it provided me with an exceptional learning experience that I will remember for the rest of my life.”
On the professional front other than Bhuj, Nora Fatehi is working on a number of fascinating projects that will be revealed shortly.
Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Parineeti Chopra, Sonakshi Sinha, Rana Daggubati, Nora Fatehi, and Ammy Virk too will be seen playing key roles in Bhuj: The Pride of India.