Nawazuddinn Siddiqui on trying to fit into the industry: I was confident about my skill

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Nawazuddinn Siddiqui on trying to fit into the industry: I was confident about my skill
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Nawazuddin Siddiqui is one of the actors in Bollywood who is known for his brilliant performances in films. He has several hit films to his credit like Thackeray, Raman Raghav 2.0, Haraamkhor, Manto and others. Now, in an interview with the Times of India, the Gangs of Wasseypur actor has opened up about initial days, perception of Bollywood hero, fitting in the industry and more. Talking about finding support in the industry during initial days, he said he went to Mumbai as a trained actor and wanted to get work on merit.

He believed that anyone who will understand that he is a good actor would give him work. “Every morning, I would visit several offices with my biodata and pictures, and by night, I would be so tired that I would go to sleep peacefully,” the actor added. When asked about did he even considered doing television, Nawazuddin said he tried television but didn’t get any roles. He further stated that when he did not get a chance in television, he used to grab whatever he could get, even one to two minutes roles in films.

Talking about trying to fit in the industry, the actor said that he never had this dream of fitting in the industry, he was confident about his skills. “But I never thought that one day I want to be a star. The only thing I knew was acting, so I had to keep working at it,” Nawaz stated. 

On the perception of Bollywood hero, Nawaz said that for years, he has been seeing only one kind of Bollywood hero, who is full of goodness, saves people, respects everyone and is the perfect man. He further explained that want to see a hero with flaws, and someone who is more real.

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