Nawazuddin slams stars for endorsing fairness creams, calls it ‘shamelessness’
Nawazuddin Siddiqui is trying to attain a fine balance between commercial and indie cinema, but the actor says he even senses a little hesitant to take a typical masala film as it frequently neglects to offer scope for operation.
Despite being a portion of several commercial hits such as ‘Badlapur’, ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ and ‘Raees’, the 43-year-old actor says it is his modest-budget movies that pay him a kick to explore various sides to him as an artiste.
“The variety of films I do, might be difficult to read, but they hold a great deal of scope to perform, which I enjoy the most,” Nawaz tells PTI.
“The movie suffered a limited budget and the substance was also adult, hence we were scared whether or not people will come to theatres to follow it.
‘Babumoshai Bandookbaaz’, however, was unable to move the film critics, who disapproved of its capacity, but Nawazuddin says what matters the most to him is the reception by the audience.
“I’m not saying all critics are same, only for me, the most significant matter is how the audience is reacting to my picture. What would I serve with four stars if no one turns up for my movie?
“You should always convey what you feel and never be afraid of casting up your thoughts, no matter how difficult the situation becomes.
Nawaz recently called out Bollywood stars for endorsing fairness creams and the player maintains his base.