Nargis Fakhri

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Nargis Fakhri (born as Nargis Mohammed A. Fakhri, on October 20, 1979) is an Pakistani American fashion model and actress. She has appeared on America's Next Top Model and made her Bollywood debut with 2011 Imtiaz Ali's Rockstar, and consequently starred as a war correspondent in the 2013 thriller film Madras Cafe, for which she received critical acclaim.

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Actor Nargis Fakhri made her Bollywood debut three years ago. And she's lived in Mumbai for just as long. Yet, the actor admits that she still feels like an outsider in the film industry.
For Nargis Fakhri, sharing screen space with Salman Khan in a song in his last film was a "dream" come true.
We could have said that 2014 is the year of new looks and haircuts! In fact, the last day of the year, we had yet another haircut being shared by a Bollywood celeb on Twitter.
Actor Nargis Fakhri recently got many tongues wagging when she took to Twitter to tag her rumoured beau, actor Uday Chopra.
She was her goofiest best on Karan Johar's chat show earlier this year. Nargis Fakhri is back in the news for a special song she has shot with Salman Khan for his upcoming film, Kick.
"Rockstar" fame actress Nargis Fakhri may be in bed resting it out after sustaining injuries while shooting her "devil" item song  with Salman Khan for Sajid Nadiadwala's "Kick", but she finds the experience exhilarating.
A couple of months ago, reports were rife that things aren't cordial between Nargis Fakhri and Akshay Kumar after she walked out of a film starring the latter.
Last year, some tweets by Uday Chopra about Nargis Fakhri left B-Town buzzing with the news of an alleged link-up. But Nargis never entertained the rumours. Back then, she had said she was single, and she insists the relationship status remains the same even today. Here, she tells us why she's got no time for love, and more.
After her appearance on filmmaker Karan Johar's chat show earlier this year, Nargis Fakhri has caught the attention of many. A self-proclaimed "gypsy", she had admitted that she could never stay in one place for too long, and that she loved travelling the world.
American director Paul Feig, who has previously helmed the comedy TV show Arrested Development and the 2011 hit movie Bridesmaids, has an international ensemble cast for his upcoming film, Spy.

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