Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Candid Confession: Why He'll Never Enter Politics

When asked about his thoughts on joining politics, Siddiqui responded with a firm denial, stating, "Such thoughts don't even arise." He emphasized that while he retains a connection to Uttar Pradesh, his interests lie solely in his acting career.

Reported by: PTC Punjabi Desk | Edited by: Prerit Chauhan  |  June 24th 2024 03:17 PM |  Updated: June 24th 2024 03:17 PM

Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Candid Confession: Why He'll Never Enter Politics

Nawazuddin Siddiqui, acclaimed for his prowess in Bollywood cinema, finds himself at the center of speculation once again, this time not for his acting but for his potential entry into politics. As he diligently promotes his forthcoming film 'Rautu', Siddiqui recently sat down for an interview where the topic of his political aspirations surfaced.

Renowned for his roles that delve into the complexities of human character, Siddiqui's upcoming release 'Rautu', set to premiere on Zee5, sees him embodying the role of a police officer. Amidst fervent promotions, the actor engaged in a candid conversation addressing various facets of his life and career, including the persistent query about his stance on politics.

In an interview, Siddiqui was probed about fellow actors like Kangana Ranaut and Arun Govil venturing into the political arena ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Responding to whether he himself harbored any political aspirations, Siddiqui, with a gesture of clasped hands, emphatically dismissed any such inclinations.

"Such thoughts don't even arise," Siddiqui remarked firmly, signaling his unequivocal disinterest in politics. The interviewer, noting Siddiqui's roots in Uttar Pradesh, suggested that fame often prompts individuals to consider a political career. Siddiqui, however, countered this notion, acknowledging his distant connection to his native Uttar Pradesh and emphasizing the evolution of his identity over the years.

"That may be true, but I left Uttar Pradesh many years ago. My connection to Uttar Pradesh has somewhat faded. I have integrated other aspects into myself," Siddiqui explained, reaffirming his lack of enthusiasm for politics. He reiterated his stance with clarity, stating, "I have no interest at all," and dismissed any notion of venturing into the political arena.

Further pressed on his aversion to politics, Siddiqui drew an analogy to horse blinkers, illustrating his focused approach towards his craft. "I can't even consider politics," he elaborated, underscoring his steadfast commitment to his current pursuits.


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