Nawazuddin Siddiqui Thinks Hollywood Should Approach Him
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Nawazuddin Siddiqui Thinks Hollywood Should Approach Him

Nawazuddin Siddiqui stated that if Hollywood wants to work with him, it should get in touch rather than the other way round

Bollywood star Nawazuddin Siddiqui is one of the finest actors the industry has to offer. The actor has been in Bollywood for the longest time, now churning out hit after hit. His performance in Gangs of Wasseypur, Badlapur, Bajrangi Bhaijaan and many others have been appreciated by both, film critics and fans. He is also a part of Netflix hit series, Sacred Games, popularly portraying Ganesh Gaitonde – a self-proclaimed Don of Mumbai. But with a number of Bollywood projects under his belt, does the actor want to now finally make a move towards Hollywood? After all, he did work in a British TV series in the past as well.

In a recent interview, Nawazuddin shared, “Much like the craze in Pakistani actors to work in Bollywood, Indian actors too want to work in Hollywood. I don’t want to be one of them. I am greedy too, but greedy for work. If I’m getting to do good work here in India then why should I look for work in Hollywood?” He added that if he plans to work in Hollywood, he would have to hire an agent there who would know about the market. “I feel that they should come to me. If they want to work with me then they will have to approach me,” explained the Kick star.

While Nawazuddin is acing the digital content game, he is worried if things are always going to say the same. He stated, “Web is definitely creating good content and experimenting a lot. We get to see such fabulous actors. But I am worried till when this phase is going to stay. Everything starts on an interesting note but then slowly things start changing.”  He concluded that, much like films, if one turns out to be really good, all others films to follow are somewhat of the same story. Nawazuddin currently has numerous films in the pipeline which include Housefull 4, Bole Chudiyan and The Vanishing Act.

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