Mumbai, September 27(CINEWS): He is not neglectful of all the discriminating and business recognition which has come his direction, yet all the achievement hasn’t changed the genuine individual that Nawazuddin Siddique is.
Despite the fact that it has changed the states of mind of people around him in the business. “Yes, there are individuals who turned me down when I requested work at first, and the same individuals may be putting forth work to me now. I trust it’s normal. Their state of mind has changed on the grounds that now they have seen my work, now they have confidence in me. Furthermore, I comprehend it. I am not here to take revenge, I am here to work,” says the Gangs of Wasseypur on-screen character.
In the interim, things in the individual space continue as before, says the 49-year-old performer. “I am still the same, my life is the same. At home likewise, everything is extremely typical. Furthermore, my wife additionally likes to keep it that way,” says the performer, who has figured out how to function with the whole Khandaan, be it Aamir, Shah Rukh or Salman.
What’s more, every time he has figured out how to emerge, be it the Salman Khan-starer Kick or Bajrangi Bhaijaan or Aamir Khan’s Talaash, which additionally brought him a National Award. “While chipping away at Talaash, I told Aamir bhai that I had a little part in Sarfarosh too. He was enjoyably amazed to hear that,” grins the performer, who will soon be offering screen space to Shah Rukh Khan as well.
Discussing his specialty, the performing artist says, “The test is to draw off each character convincingly and with freshness. I trust I continue getting the opportunity to play an assortment of characters. It doesn’t make a difference if the part is huge or little, I am a performing artist, and all I need is to work and assorted qualities in what I do. Individuals anticipate from me and it is ideal, kyunki fir aap safe place mai nahi rehte… you are compelled to respond to the call and perform your best unfailingly.”
Inquire as to whether some place, he could identify with Manjhi, the man who worked constantly for a long time in spite of everybody letting him know he couldn’t move… fail… break a mountain to make a street and he says, “Each performing artist gets something from his life when he plays a character. Kuch Na Kuch personal component toh hota hai. While Manjhi’s energy was adoration, my enthusiasm is acting. I battled for 10-12 years, on the grounds that I am enthusiastic about acting. I simply needed to act, it didn’t make a difference if the part was huge or little, or on the off chance that it was TV, theater or movies.”