Nawazuddin Siddique felt nervous while sharing screen with director Anurag Kashyap in movie 'Haddi'; See Why?
Nawazuddin Siddique is often counted as one of the most ace actor of the country. The man who has served his innate caliber in some of the most enriched movie scripts, characters that almost stolen the entire plot game is surely an actor one of it's kind. Last seen in Akshat Ajay Sharma's OTT criminal drama 'Haddi', he played the leading protagonist alongside filmmaker Anurag Kashyap playing the intriguing character as an antagonist.
Nawaz's choice for darker scripts?
During a recent interview with a renown media, Nawazuddin unabashedly talked about his inclined interests in dark and intense roles. According to the actor, after having done this many successful and experimental projects, he came to the realization that audience's prefer his character which is more darker than usual as well as intensifying. "I think that those characters (the dark or intense ones) were written so well because of the director’s research and preparation. Whereas when it comes to light roles, they aren’t written that prominently. That’s the thing about such a film, as the overall movie or story gets more prominence than a single character. And in films like these (Haddi, Manto, Gangs Of Wasseypur), characters are more important. Characters in dark films are prominent, and the director also works towards enhancing his characters. These characters are solid, and maybe that’s why it is possible that people have loved and accepted my more intense roles," Nawaz quoted.
Nawazuddin's feeling of consciousness with Anurag Kashyap!
While talking about his role in the ZEE5 movie 'Haddi' he confronted his consciousness while sharing the screen with Anurag Kashyap who has directed Nawaz for his numerous roles in movies like Gangs of Wasseypur, Black Friday and Raman Raghav 2.0. As a co-actor in Haddi, he was pretty nervous doing scenes with the filmmaker. While continuing, the 'Sacred Games' actor gasped, "I kept feeling that while we were doing scenes, he’d interrupt me and tell me, 'You are not doing the scene correctly, do it this way or that way.' But I was happy that he didn’t correct me, the director did that to both of us instead. It was fun working with him because he has some very important sequences, especially the climax. However, I was feeling a bit awkward because he was physically not keeping too well at the time. I had to be brutal to him, but he was not well at the time. So I was a bit conscious."
- PTC PUNJABI