10 statements by Nawazuddin Siddiqui that prove success belongs to those who do real struggle

10 times Nawazuddin Siddiqui said something no one else had the guts to say the same. These statements by him will tell you about his rags to riches story

Nawazuddin Siddiqui carved his niche in Bollywood with films like Kahaani, Manjhi: The Mountain Man and Badlapur. He made his debut in 1999, with a small role in Aamir Khan starrer, Sarfarosh. His appearance in  Anurag Kashyap’s Black Friday paved a way for the actor and opened the door for him in Bollywood. After Black Friday, he went on working in films like Patang, which was premiered at the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival and  Tribeca Film Festival.

The actor, who is known for his strong on-screen portrayal has also created headlines for his outspoken nature. Ever since he stepped out for the promotion of his films or any other events, he made interesting statements. Talking about his film choices once, he said “I don’t want to do only meaningful films or those that have a message to convey. I want to do roles that put me in a difficult spot”.

In fact, during an interaction, when a reporter asked to share his views about walking the red carpet, he said: “There was a time when I used to plough the field in a dhoti-kurta and here I was walking the red carpet at the most reputed film festival in a black tuxedo and Ray Ban glasses!”.

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Check out these 10 powerful statements of Nawazuddin Siddiqui which show how only people who have gone through real struggle understand the real success:

When he decoded Bhagwad Gita’s ‘Karm kar, phar ki iccha mat kar(Just do the work, don’t wish for what you would get in return)’ in his own style… 


Some deep meaning in this… 


We all know how tiring film promotions are but did you hear any other actor talking about it like this?


Such clarity on what he wants to do with work


Neki kar dariya me daal…


This is known as knowing what you do


Sticking to the grounds…


A person who has seen cinema changing around him…


The man who is constantly learning


Making fun of himself…


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