I was treated as a younger brother by Salman Khan sir: Siddharth Nigam, actor in KKBKKJ
I was treated as a younger brother by Salman Khan sir: Siddharth Nigam, actor in KKBKKJ

In the entertainment sector, Siddharth Nigam has established himself as a leading actor. Siddharth originally rose to prominence for his portrayal of the young Emperor Ashoka in the historical drama series "Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat." Early in his life, Siddharth Nigam had to deal with the arc lights. He began his career as a kid performer, portraying a young Aamir Khan in Dhoom 3 (2013), and later appeared in TV programs including Chandra Nandini and Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat. The actor feels "grateful and fortunate" while reflecting on his career thus far. His powerful performance won him accolades from all quarters and thrust him into the spotlight.

Siddharth has participated in a number of other well-known projects that highlight his acting talent. He has performed in well-known television productions like "Peshwa Bajirao" and "Aladdin - Naam Toh Suna Hoga," effortlessly bringing characters to life. He is well-known on social media as well, with over 10 million Instagram followers.

"My first project, Dhoom 3, was with a perfectionist, and I got to learn a lot from Aamir sir," he continues. Nigam, who was most recently seen in Salman Khan's Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan (KKBKKJ), claims he still uses a lot of the character-making techniques he taught him

“He used to treat me like his younger brother,” says Nigam, when asked about his experience of working with Salman. “He wanted everyone to work like a team. I learnt the importance of team work from him. The whole cast of KKBKKJ used to go together everywhere and that was a very pure bond. I had a great time shooting with Salman sir, which I will never forget,” Nigam adds

Nigam had a very exciting career from an aspirant and sportsmen from Prayagraj to an actor. "My family is lower middle class. I realized that by working in this field, I could support a comfortable living for my family and myself. He informs us, "I didn't have money to go to acting school or other luxuries.

In fact, he goes on to say that he never imagined himself as an actor and that everything all happened naturally. "I was an athlete. It was fate that I responded to an advertisement request for a gymnast. Through that advertisement, I started working in the acting business. I gradually began conducting auditions, and this line determined my level of interest. Ten years have passed in the industry," says Nigam.

On the film's set, the actor claimed that Salman Khan treated him like a brother. Pooja Hegde also played the lead in the movie. Shehnaaz Gill, Palak Tiwari, Raghav Juyal, Jassie Gill, and others were also featured in the film. The film's box office earnings were close to 100 crores.

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