'Someone will do this like this ...', Nawazuddin Siddiqui, on what action of Bollywood stars, watch video
'Someone will do this like this ...', Nawazuddin Siddiqui, on what action of Bollywood stars, watch video
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In the midst of a downturn in Bollywood, even high-budget films are facing disappointing results at the box office. This has sparked intense debate over rising production costs and the excessive demands of actors. Nawazuddin Siddiqui, one of Bollywood's most talented actors, recently shared his views on the matter, stating, "This isn't something new; it has been happening for a long time."

Targeting Actors Increasing Production Costs

In an interview with Media, Nawazuddin Siddiqui also addressed actors who display tantrums on set. He remarked, "Actors often have unnecessary demands; they want everything lavish. I've heard of actors having five vanity vans—one for gymming, one for cooking, one for eating, bathing, and practicing. It's madness. Only a madman would need five vanity vans."

 

 

The 50-year-old actor further added, "Such actors unnecessarily increase production costs. It's very wrong. Instead, invest that money in films." He joked, "They must have hobbies even nobles don't have."

Does Nawazuddin Have Set Demands Too?

Nawazuddin clarified that he prefers to focus solely on his work and has no such demands. He stated, "I just want to do good work, nothing else. I don't have any such demands. I arrive on set before the production time."

Nawazuddin Siddiqui Completes 25 Years in the Industry

Having commenced his acting career with the film "Sarfarosh" in 1999, Nawazuddin Siddiqui has completed 25 years in the industry. Reflecting on his journey, he expressed gratitude, saying, "It's been amazing. What I thought, God has given me even more. I'm thankful to my directors who gave me the opportunity to portray various roles." He will soon be seen in Zee 5's film "Raftaar Ka Raaz".

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