Nora Danish to return to acting after Aidilfitri

Nora Danish and husband Nedim Nazri recently welcomed their first child together. — Instagram pic
Nora Danish and husband Nedim Nazri recently welcomed their first child together. — Instagram pic

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KUALA LUMPUR, April 19 — After a long absence, popular actress Nora Danish will return to acting in television drama series after Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

Nora, who gave birth to Ney Ney or Mohamed Neqayl Nedim two months ago said, her fans had been curious on what she had been up to, as she had not appeared on television for quite some time.

“Many are wondering if I have left the entertainment world.  So, it’s about time for me to tell everyone that I am still in the industry ...I  will always be active in the acting scene because acting had always been my passion and I am not ready to quit the scene,” said the 36-year-old celebrity at the launch of her beauty saloon, Karva Salon for Ladies by Nora Danish here today.

Nora added that she has been blessed with a very understanding husband, Nedim Nazri who had always stood by her and never failed to support her in her career as an actress, entrepreneur as well as in household matters especially in taking care of Ney Ney.

“I want to be a successful woman who is also a good mother and wife,” she said.

Elaborating on the beauty salon, which is exclusively for ladies, Nora said the salon located at G Village, Ampang, is jointly run by her sister Cathy Danish and Karva Singapore founder, Rozza Ramli.

“The salon is appropriate for women who wear hijab as well as mothers looking for comfort and exclusive service to cater for birthday parties, bridal showers or other special occasions,” she said.

The salon equipped with 16 luxurious seats and special rooms for dignitaries, provides hair and nails spa services with prices ranging from RM35 to RM875.

“Karva first introduced in Singapore in 2014, now has three branches but we are planning to open more branches across Malaysia and Indonesia,” she added. — Bernama

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