Mumbai: Talented artist of Indian film industry Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui has termed racism as a big problem in the Bollywood industry and not nepotism.
In a recent interview, Nawaz Siddiqui said that racism is a big issue in our industry, not nepotism. I was rejected for many years because I was pale. I have always fought against color discrimination.
Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui said that when he came to Mumbai, he jokingly wrote about himself on social media, “What will happen to you, Kalia?”
He said that there are many talented artists who are left behind due to their short stature. However, Nawaz-ud-Din also said that the OTT platform gave him and many artists and directors the opportunity to go ahead and work and showcase their talent to artists like him, even if it means “. Be it “Sacred Games”, “Night Alone” or “Serious Man.”
Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui says he has a problem with formula films that have a beautiful hero and a beautiful heroine with a worn-out formula but lacking a story or good content.
Nawaz-ud-Din says you can see good content on OTT platforms but now there is “content fraud” on OTT platforms too and there are people for whom movies are just a business. Are
Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui has been nominated for an International Emmy Award for Best Actress for his role in “Serious Man”. “Serious Man” was released on Netflix last year and is directed by Sudhir Mishra. The story of this film revolves around a father and son.
Talking to INS about being nominated for an Emmy Award for the film “Serious Man”, he said that such an award inspires you to do good and better work. But at the same time you realize your importance and you feel that you are moving in the right direction.
Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui said that your success at the box office in India is measured by your success.
It may be recalled that Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui has acted in successful commercial films like “Bajrangi Bhai Jan”, “Kick” and “Raees.