"Cinema for me has no boundaries. Be it Indian, International or Regional Cinema, I am influenced by its content, feel and substance." - Nawazuddin Siddiqui
The man of virtue born in a family of farmers and without any shadow of nepotism secured his place in the Indian cinema. Yes, he is none other than Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
I personally get enchanted with the efforts that he put in his work, acting with sheer boldness and yet maintaining simplicity in his attitude. After struggling for almost 15 years, films like Kahaani and Gangs of Wasseypur finally gave him the much-needed platform, and now he is an idol for many aspiring actors.
I can still assure that getting a role in Bollywood that too with just average looks were just impossible until Siddiqui made it through his talent, paving the way for the upcoming struggling actors. To cherish his simplicity and successful career in Bollywood, I've gathered here a rundown of some of his dialogues from some of his famous movies that'll make your stomach cringe and head stuck. C'mon, let's take a look.
I was born honest too, but I was never able to get along with honesty, the literal translation of the dialogue from the movie Kick.
Of course, this man was born to stand out of the crowd.
The inspiring hit of Siddiqui, Manjhi which highlighted the continuous efforts of a poor man who decided to work until the rock breaks and a path is paved for people and himself.
Yet another bold dialogue from the movie, Kick. Because he'll not spare anyone who's got a love for his life, at least, not in the film.
Raees, the movie starring Shah Rukh Khan and Siddiqui is something everyone must have seen. Well, I personally liked this menacing hit dialogue that ACP (Nawazuddin) delivered while giving an open challenge to Raees (King Khan).
This dialogue reminds me of something 'Kisiki bhi fatt Jaye'!
True though! Well proven in this movie, Freaky Ali. A true soulmate or friend is the one who is always with you in your hour of need, not just in your victories but in your lost battles too.
Delivering one of the most audacious dialogues in the movie Raman Raghav 2.0, there's a different level of madness that Siddiqui has achieved in the movie.
There's this power in remembering someone who's not willing to meet you for a long time. But then comes the frustration, and why not? After all, 'Apna Haanth, Jagannath!' (if you know, what I mean).
Playing the role of a shady detective, Siddiqui delivered the hottest dialogues in the movie Mom.
Nawazuddin's movie, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, has shown him as a sharpshooter which has added a special flavour to his humour and dialect.
Another humorous one from Freaky Ali, that totally showcases the hard life of poor ones.
That's all, folks!
This is my way of showing love to one of my favourite actors, Nawazuddin Siddiqui.