He’s an outlaw, he’s a psychopath, he’s a policeman and a man who fights with the mountain, he’s no one but Nawaz Uddin Siddiqui.
Nawaz Uddin Siddiqui isn’t someone we all haven’t heard of, a man who propels the audience to the theaters, irrespective of whether they are masses or the critics, he has got everything for everyone. But things weren’t all that gold plated for Nawaz, he’s someone who’s originally from the scratch, it’s a reality that today in the contemporary mainstream cinema it takes much more than your acting skills to grasp the environment. Debuted his first alongside with Aamir Khan in Sarfarosh where he had played an outlaw, Nawaz has ridiculously suffered through the time. He went to the National School of Drama in New Delhi and graduated. Post graduation years weren’t very helpful following his struggle, from being unable to feed himself to his rushes to the auditions he has seen almost everything.
But speaking of today, Nawaz has his own charm and persona and we have seen him being better than before in his every project. Of course the wine gets better with the passing years but we’re quite certain to our surprise Siddiqui has a lot to offer in upcoming years. He’s the Shehenshah of breaking the chains prejudice and nepotism. In a world of 6 pack abs and shadows of pseudo fairness, Nawaz lives in his own magical universe.
He’s pushed us to a point where we say “Nawaz Uddin ki film hai, achi tou hogi hi”, he’s the commoner who hasn’t lost his roots, and he keeps reminding us where he came from. There’s a vacuum that’s between the place where he was then and he’s now. Nawaz is exceptional in every possible way, he has engraved that he’s not an actor of particular genre, but a jewel that fits in every crown.