Mountain man as ACP in 2016

Nawazuddin's career actor

One of the most versatile actor's of bollywood cine industry is Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Nawaz is a chemist at first and later he move onto acting school and scored good marks from produces and directors and finally he scored huge appreciation from audiences.

Nawaz chooses his character's in movies with atmost care and he tries to fulfill's the role. Nawaz started his career in cine industry with a small role in a movie named Sarfarosh in 1999 with Mr. Perfect of bollywood's cine industry i.e., Amir Khan. Nawaz was famous for Sterotypical roles. Nawaz has been praised by world-renowed critic writter Roger Ebert for his natural perfomance in movie "Patang" which is premiered at Berlin International Film Festival.

Nawaz performed a cameo role in the Hit song "Emotional Atyachar" in movie Dev D and he acted as short-tempered intelligence officer in the Vidya Balan's movie which is lady oriented as "Khan" in the movie "Kahaani". His negative role in the movie "Badlapur" with Varun Dhavan is extreme. Nawaz acted an intelligent role in the recent Sallu Bhai's movie Bajarangi Bhaijaan and gave competition for Sallu Bhai and Manjhi-The Mountain Man which gives Nawaz to establish him as one of the dynamic actor in the bollywood and made a note in hearts of director's that Nawaz is capable enough to do any type of roles.

Nawaz's movies in 2016 are almost five in number and in 2017 is one in number. Nawaz is performing a role as ACP Ghulam Patel in bollywood's Badshah King Khan Shahruk Khan's movie "RAEES" which is going to release for this is EID. He is acting in Raman Raghav 2.0, Gawah, Lion, Te3n, No land's Man, The Music Teacher and Black Currency.

Nawaz was awared as the Best Actor at the New York Indiand Film Festival for his performance in Gujarati movie "Haraamkhor". Nawaz scored awards as the Best Supporting Actor for his role in Talaash, Gangs of wasseypur, The Lunchbox.



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