Born in Queens, New York, to a Pakistani father and a Czech mother, Nargis Fakhri may refer to herself as a “global citizen” due to her mixed racial heritage. Fakhri broke into mainstream Bollywood in 2011 after making an appearance on America’s Next Top Model, and audiences immediately liked her. She hadn’t seen a single Bollywood film before making her debut, but that didn’t stop her from rising to the top of the acting world.
Nargis Fakhri in Housefull 3
In the third installment of the wildly popular comedy franchise Housefull, Nargis co-starred with Akshay Kumar and numerous other actors. Despite receiving negative reviews from critics, Sajid-Housefull Farhad’s 3 was a great box office success. You can enjoy its hilarious comic parts, which were glamorous.
The film Azhar is based on the life of former Indian cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin and depicts his extremely contentious playing career via the medium of cinema. Amir Hashmi played the role of Azhar, and Nargis Fakhri played Bollywood actress and former Miss India Sangeeta Bhijlani. Azhar garnered unfavorable reviews but did provoke a lot of debates.
Nargis Fakhri in Main Tera Hero
Varun Dhawan, Ileana D’Cruz, and Nargis Fakhri appeared in Main Tera Hero, a classic David Dhawan “over the top” comedy. The character of Varun Dhawan falls in love with Ayesha, played by Nargis. The public loves Main Tera Hero and finds it to be upbeat and humorous.
In this drama on the Sri Lankan Civil War, Nargis Fakhri co-starred with John Abraham in one of her more somber performances. Nargis provides one of her best performances as a charismatic and highly passionate reporter. Madras Cafe, which was directed by the great Shoojit Sircar, won numerous accolades, ranking it among the top films of 2013.
In Rockstar, She made her acting debut as Heer Kaul, a popular college student. Rockstar was among the greatest films of 2011, and Imtiaz’s direction earned her maiden Filmfare nomination.