In an exciting career move, Nora Fatehi has signed a record deal with Warner Music.

The Bollywood star will work alongside US-based WMG teams, assisting them on global music projects and releases.

In her career, Nora has appeared in several item numbers within Bollywood films.

She performed in Satyameva Jayate (2018), where she wowed viewers in the chartbuster ‘Dilbar‘.

As a result of her captivating performance, Nora sang an Arabic version of the song as part of a collaboration with the Moroccan group Fnaire.

Released in November 2018, the song has amassed over 160 million views on YouTube.

She has also collaborated with British singer Zack Knight for ‘Dirty Little Secret’, as well as Tanzanian singer Rayvanny for the Afropop ‘Pepeta’.

As per WMG, Nora’s Bollywood songs have collectively earned over five billion YouTube views.

In 2022, Nora Fatehi garnered attention and acclaim at the closing ceremony of the FiFA World Cup in Qatar.

The star sparkled during a rendition of the English version of ‘Light the Sky’.

Divulging into the significance and ambition associated with this deal, Nora said:

“I’ve enjoyed great success in my career so far, but this deal is a significant step forward in my musical journey, a new chapter in my international career.

“My ambition is to be a global music star and performer, connecting with fans all over the world.

“I want to use my diverse cultural background to create music and dance that brings everyone together!

“I’m excited to work with Warner Music to leverage their experience and expertise to help me fulfil this goal.”

WMG CEO Robert Kyncl enthusiastically delved into Nora’s inclusion at Warner Music.

He said: “Nora is an extraordinary talent, electric performer, and cross-cultural superstar whose music reflects the rich diversity of her background.

“Her passion and ambition are infectious and we’re excited to help her reach new audiences, places, and heights across the globe.”

Alfonso Perez-Soto, president of emerging markets for WMG, spoke about Nora’s creativity and stamina.

He enthused: “I’ve been blown away by Nora’s star power.

“She has the creative ability and sheer stamina you need to become one of the world’s biggest artists.

“We can’t wait to put the global resources of Warner Music at her disposal as she starts the next chapter of her music career.”

On the work front, Nora Fatehi was last seen in Crakk (2024).

Touted as the first extreme sports action film in India, it has currently earned over Rs. 12 crores (£11 million) at the box office.