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Nawazuddin Siddiqui: My career will be finished if I take audience for granted

In a recent interview, Nawazuddin Siddiqui said his career will be finished the day he start taking the audience for granted.

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New Delhi: In a recent interview with the media, Nawazuddin Siddiqui said his career will be finished the day he starts taking the audience for granted. The 47-year-old actor said he always looks for ”something more” when a character comes his way.

Notably, Siddiqui has been working in the film industry for more than two decades. He is known for his role in movies like — ”Black Friday, ”Gangs of Wasseypur”, ”Badlapur” and ”Photograph”.

”It is up to you to make your character challenging enough. If you are doing that, means you are still curious. It is a continuous process. My downfall will begin from the day I stop the processing assuming that the audience will love me anyway as I am a great actor,” said Nawazuddin to PTI.

Siddiqui also said I think my work is like a cricket match. If a cricketer hits a century in his last match, it does not mean he can start from 100.

”He also starts from zero. That’s how acting is. Every film of mine, be it the big screen masala entertainers or so-called artistic films. I always try to start from scratch. I unlearn and then go into any project. This helps me to take up challenges and inspires me to perform very well,” said Siddiqui to the media.

Currently, the actor is awaiting the release of his next Heropanti 2. In the film, Siddiqui will be seen with Tiger Shroff.

On the topic of commercial films, Siddiqui said, ”Commercial films attract a huge audience and if even ten percent of that section comes to watch my smaller films. it will be a hit.”

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