Mumbai: Actor Nora Fatehi is one of the hottest actors in Bollywood at the moment after wowing everyone with her dance movies in the song Dilbar. Recently, the actor opened up about her breakup with alleged beau Angad Bedi. 

Yes, Fatehi was rumoured to be in a steady relationship with Bedi before his dreamy whirlwind wedding to actor Neha Dhupia. During a recent appearance on the talk show By Invite Only, Fatehi answered questions about her breakup. Not surprisingly, it was a trying time for the 27-year-old. She said, "I don’t want people to think that when you are low and dabble with depression that you are not strong. You are still strong! I lost that drive (for) 2 months. When I was called to audition for Bharat which was way before Dilbar happened... I remember after my audition, I came down I was sitting on the bench, crying and felt shitty that where are my drive and my ambition?" 

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The actor revealed that she had an epiphany of sorts when a girl came up to her and asked her to record her audition. "As I was recording I don’t think anyone can imagine what I was actually seeing. I am like that is me! For three years, I did auditions back to back, I waited in line for hours, I auditioned among 200/300 people, I went crazy at home, staying up all night learning lines and scenes. I thought to myself, that girl is me! I was like, ‘Nora wake up! Where is your hunger? There are hundreds and thousands of people who are talented just like you, who are good looking, who are killing themselves to make that happen, you need to get back’, and suddenly, I got my confidence back and that was it," she said. 

Meanwhile, Angad and Neha's sudden wedding also invited close scrutiny due to the suddenness of the event. Bedi went on Neha's podcast show, No Filters Neha and let the cat out of the bad about their quick wedding. Angad admitted it was because Neha was pregnant and shared how he broke the news to their parents, “I said, ‘you know what? We’re gonna have a baby.’ There was silence, bahut jhaad padi (they scolded a lot)."