Nargis Fakhri talks like a boss by all means, and we totally support her choice by not answering a few questions thrown at her. Nargis is frequently asked by a lot of people as to 'why she was sick' and 'why she left the country', which has irritated the actress to the core. None the less, Nargis was asked the same question again and her reply was just awesome!
Nargis Fakhri said: "It's not anyone's business to know. When you are sick, you are sick. Period."
Nargis Fakhri says no one needs to know the reason why she was sick! Its her personal matter.
Like A Boss
Nargis Fakhri usually replies like a boss! We mean she stops the question right on its tracks.
A Long Way
Nargis Fakhri says she has come a long way in Bollywood despite having limited talents.
On Uday Chopra
"I guess they have nothing better to do. But that way, I make headlines, which means I am relevant. I'm totally cool with that."
Nargis Fakhri is busy promoting her upcoming musical romantic flick Banjo.
Nargis Fakhri was asked to cover up her cleavage at a reality dance television show. The makers thought it was too revealing.
A Firm No
However, Nargis Fakhri did not like what was being told to her and relented to be covered up as per the crews demand/requests.
Since Nargis Fakhri relented at first, the director had to intervene and request Nargis Fakhri to cover up.
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!
Nargis Fakhri is known as a cool girl and always lived her life the way she wants. Freedom means everything for Nargis.
Nargis Fakhri and her co-star Riteish Deshmukh are on a promotional spree for their upcoming flick, Banjo.
Nargis Fakhri plays the role of a Disc Jockey in the movie Banjo. She's a famous DJ from New York city.
In an interview to TOI, Nargis Fakhri also said that she feels blessed to be in Bollywood despite having limited acting skills, "Sure, I'd like to try but only up to a point. I have been blessed to have made it this far here with no skills, no knowledge, no family, no friends and without sacrificing my values and morals."
She further commented, "I'd have chosen another career. And I'd do that even now whenever I move back home because there's no need to pigeonhole your career in a cramped space. Don't be surprised if you find me doing some charity work in another country. It'll be far more satisfying."
Nargis Fakhri and Riteish Deshmukh starrer Banjo is all set to hit the theatres on September 23, 2016. The film shows Nargis playing the role of a DJ and Riteish playing the role of a musician.