Nawazuddin Siddiqui is no stranger to international film festivals, with his movies Gangs of Wasseypur (2012), The Lunchbox (2013) and Manto (2018) having won acclaim on foreign shores. The actor, who recently wrapped up the shoot of No Land’s Man and doubles up as a co-producer, has ambitious plans for the Indian-Bangladeshi drama.
No Land’s Man is a story that needs to be told, Nawazuddin says
“We thought it’s a story that needs to be told. We will make rounds of the festival circuit with No Land’s Man before we release it [in India],” he says. The film, directed by Bangladeshi filmmaker Mostofa Sarwar Farooki, traces the journey of a South Asian man who meets an Australian woman in the US.
Nawazuddin hopes to continue his hot streak this year.
Even as we strived to make sense of the unusual year that was 2020, Siddiqui was unstoppable, doling out compelling stories in Raat Akeli Hai and Serious Men. The actor hopes to continue his hot streak this year, having put his faith in the drama about identity crisis that arises in a foreign land. “The film’s editing and sound