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Nawazuddin Siddiqui Says ‘More Than Nepotism, Racism is a Problem’ in Bollywood

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui on racism in Bollywood: Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui is likely one of the most liked and celebrated actors within the trade in the present day. But this highway to fame hasn’t been straightforward and he has been very vocal about the identical. Nawaz has spoken in regards to the discrimination that he had obtained within the trade due to his look and as soon as once more, he spoke on colourism that he says continues to be prevalent in Bollywood. The actor has bagged an International EMMY nomination for his efficiency in Sudhir Mishra‘s Serious Men.Also Read – Sudhir Mishra: People Far More Junior Than me Have Got Their Padma Shri | Exclusive In his latest interview with an entertainment portal, Nawazuddin Siddiqui talked about the racism problem in the industry. He mentioned his co-star, Indira Tiwari, from Serious Men, and said that while Mishra cast her in a lead role, many filmmakers in Bollywood wouldn’t. He advised Bollywood Hungama, “Sudhir saab has immense knowledge about cinema, and his thought process is very practical. He cast her as the heroine, and I can guarantee you that there is so much racism in our industry, I will be very happy if she is cast as the lead again. Sudhir Mishra did it, but what about the head honchos in charge? More than nepotism, we have a racism problem.” Also Read – Netizens Troll Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt Again After They Return From Maldives, Say ‘Nawazuddin Siddiqui Was Right’ Nawaz added that he has fought in opposition to colourism and other forms of discrimination within the trade for a very long time however that is simply not about racism. The actor mentioned that it’s this complete ideology of individuals on the prime who reject individuals who appear like a sure means. He defined, “I fought against it for many years, and I hope that dark-skinned actresses are made heroines; it’s very important. I’m not even talking about skin colour; there is a bias that exists in the industry which needs to end for better films to be made… I was rejected for many years only because I’m short and I look a certain way, although I can’t complain now. But there are so many other great actors who fall prey to this kind of bias.” Also Read – Nawazuddin Siddiqui Disappointed With Celebs Vacationing Amid Pandemic: ‘In Logon Ne Maldives Ko Tamasaha Bana Rakha Hai’

Nawazuddin is revered and celebrated for his roles in films like Gangs of Wasseypur, Sacred Games, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Manjhi-The Mountain Man, Manto, The Lunchbox, and Raman Raghav 2.0 amongst others. He is standard for giving some unimaginable performances in varied reveals on the Indian streaming platforms together with Amazon Prime Video and Netflix.