Nawazuddin Siddiqui feels Racism is more rampant than nepotism in B Town
As we see Nawazuddin Siddiqui is busy with next commercial film called Munna Michael, we hear him talking on various issues. The actor is known for his finest piece of acting and professionalism in the industry and is gained a lot of respect to the entire fraternity. The journey of Nawazuddin Siddiqui is known for its inspiration and seems to gain a foothold after a number of years of struggle. He has spoken a lot about his films and issues apart from his non-hero like looks that has remained his greatest obstacles.
In an interview to given to a popular newspaper he said that it is really difficult for any outsider to make his identity in the industry and that he has faced a lot as an outsider. People often were seen saying that he didn’t look like an actor as he is not tall or handsome People used to judge him on his appearance. The actor who is known for his powerhouse performances has unleashed a number of facts regarding his life or industry in plain and simple words.
He said that he was even rejected for many of the TV shows even for petty roles of a servant. He called racism to be the main taboo seen in the country rather than the nepotism becoming the part and parcel of the game. People used to say that even when anyone goes for a marriage the first quality they look is to get a lady with good skin color and beauty. But he also feels that there is a decrease of racism in the industry these days.