Nawazuddin Siddiqui has become a favourite with directors

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A lot of reasons explain why Nawazuddin Siddiqui is one of the finest actors in Bollywood. One is that he completely transforms himself into a role. So much so and this is not just with make up and costume, from his voice, to his walk, to his bearing he becomes the character and you don’t even know it is him until you read the cast list.

One of his first major roles was in a film titled Patang (2010). The late director Prashant Bhargava told us in an exclusive interview, “I think he is destined to be something quite amazing. There is a power that he has that is going to be something really special.” It certainly seems as if that has come true.

Nawazuddin’s most recent performances have surged his popularity globally. In Sridevi-starrer, MOM, the powerhouse performer amassed praises from his fans and critics for an impeccable portrayal of a shady detective. In Munna Michael, the actor won hearts as a wannabe dancer, Mahinder Fauji and arrested the attention of viewers with his antics.

After consistently showcasing his exemplary acting skills as the brilliant Faizal in Gangs of Wasseypur, in Badlapur as a criminal, as a Pakistani reporter in Bajrangi Bhaijaan, as a poor labourer in Manjhi – The Mountain Man and as an IPS officer in Raees, to name a few. Siddiqui has fast become a favourite with the directors in the industry.

Impressing directors like Nandita Das, Anurag Kashyap and Reema Kagti, who are known to push the envelope, fuelling their films on content, Nawazuddin Siddiqui is turning every choice he has made, in his favour, purely on the strength of his talent.

Effortlessly hopping from one genre to another, Siddiqui has an incredible variety in his repertoire of films. A sure show stealer, the versatile actor will soon be seen dazzling the big screen in two highly anticipated films, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz and a historical biopic titled Manto and we can’t wait!

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