Nawazuddin Siddiqui: Came to Mumbai with Rs 3000..

Mumbai, March 6 (CINEWS): Nawazuddin Siddiqui might have accomplished the star-status in Bollywood, yet what he hasn’t ­got is the instability of being one.Nawazuddin-Siddiqui

“I’m not frightened of losing all that I have earned. I came to Mumbai with Rs 3,000 and regardless of the possibility that I need to leave this spot with the same measure of cash in my ­pocket, I don’t think it will be a terrible arrangement,” says the 41-year-old. Truth be told, he’s one of only a handful few who don’t request a specific charge to act in a film, and as a rule take whatever the ­producers offer.

“I don’t need to request a cost. The ­producers of my movies are extremely brilliant, they know precisely how much performers charge. On the off chance that I request [an ­unreasonable fee], nobody will offer it to me. This industry knows a performer’s worth. As it seems to be, I didn’t come here to win cash. In the event that I just needed to procure cash, I would have stayed back in my town (Budhana, Uttar Pradesh). We have a considerable measure of area, and I could have ­easily begun a plant there,” he says.

Nawazuddin, who has had ­stellar ­performances in movies, for example, Gangs  Of Wasseypur (2012), The Lunchbox (2013) and Badlapur (2015), is aware of individuals’ uplifted ­expectations of him. “It turns into your obligation to ­perform when individuals begin expecting a specific level of work from you. I do whatever it takes not to pick parts for the hell of doing a film. I additionally would prefer not to degenerate myself by believing that now I have arrived, despite the fact that individuals say I have. I would prefer not to believe that I can do whatever I need, and individuals will in any case say great things in regards to me,” says the performer.

Subsequently, it’s nothing unexpected when Nawaz says that it doesn’t make a difference if or not he is assuming the lead part. “When I began acting, I never thought I will get lead parts sometime in the future. Be that as it may, today, I’m playing a focal character in Ritesh Batra’s next. On the off chance that a story requests me ahead of the pack, I will do it. Be that as it may, not consider it the lead. For me, it’s just a character.”

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