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I respect John Abraham's work sensibilities: Nora Fatehi

The actor will be seen with John Abraham for the song Dilbar from the film Satyamev Jayate

Published: 30th May 2018

Nora Fatehi will be seen sharing screen space with John Abraham for the second time for the song Dilbar from the film Satyamev Jayate.

"I was obviously thrilled to collaborate with John again when I first heard it is with him. I respect John's work sensibilities and he is a part of some really great projects," says Nora, who first shared the frame with him in the song Rock the party from the film Rocky Handsome.

Nora says the Dostana star is "really appreciative" of her talent. "He always mentions it without fail. And I'm thankful for that. I think we are lucky together and it should work again hopefully the second time around," she adds. 

Satyamev Jayate will be released on August 15. Nora will be seen dancing on a recreated version of the 1990s's song Dilbar, which was picturised on actors Sushmita Sen and Sanjay Kapoor for the film Sirf Tum.

"The last song we did together was a hit and people loved it, but Dilbar is going to be on another level. Our take on this amazing iconic song is mesmerising and shot so beautifully. People are calling this a remake but actually it is a completely different take on the song, both visual and audio," says Nora. 

Nora will also be seen on the small screen as the host of MTV's upcoming series Dating in the Dark.

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