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Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui says he feels he is currently a top paid actor in Bollywood in terms of acting. In an coming in Aap Ki Adalat, to be telecast on India TV on Saturday, a critically acclaimed actor, famous for portraying formidable characters with ease, said, “I am a top paid actor in attention as distant as behaving is concerned. we did not have to ask. They (filmmakers) themselves started profitable me this.” The actor, renouned for films like Gangs Of Wasseypur, The Lunchbox and Raman Raghav 2.0, wonders because a Indian film attention is spooky with Hollywood.
“I do not know because there is an wickedness formidable among us… Everybody here wants to work in Hollywood and turn big. we can’t know because we have this complex. When we watch films from a absolute country, we feel rather inferior. We consider a films are not adult to their level, though during present, we should feel unapproachable of a films. We are creation films with really good calm here.”
Nawazuddin will subsequent be seen in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, in that he has some insinuate scenes with singer Bidita Bag. Earlier, actor Chitrangda Singh was a partial of a movie, though she had walked out it. Commenting on that, Nawazuddin said, “She left when half of a sharpened was over. Actually a executive (Kushan Nandy) wanted some some-more kissing scenes, and she said, ‘Enough is enough, we won’t be means to do any some-more scenes, and left’.”
He pronounced he felt “uncomfortable” primarily while doing kissing scenes, though became used to it. Narrating an occurrence with Huma Qureshi during a fire of Gangs of Wasseypur, he said, “We had to do a regretful scene, and she started addressing me as Nawaz bhai. we went to a executive Anurag Kashyap and said, ‘She is job me bhai, how can we do a scene?’”