Leading Indian actor Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui said that before he became an actor, he used to get a message from director Subhash Ghai himself.
Talking about an incident in his life, Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui said in a recent interview: ‘
“Before he became an actor, he worked as a watchman and as a chemist, but then he realized that a life of 9 to 5 was not for him,” he said.
The actor added, “That’s why he came to Mumbai to fulfill his dreams, but he didn’t have much to talk about.”
Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui said that in those days, to please himself, he used to send messages from director Subhash Ghai saying, “Call him and he would show the message to the people.”
It is to be noted that Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui stepped into Bollywood with the film ‘Patang’ and after that he acted in the films ‘People Live’, ‘Kahani’, ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’, ‘The Lunch Box’, ‘Bajrangi Bhai Jan’, He has acted in many successful films including ‘Manjhi – The Mountain Man’, ‘Raman Raghu 2.0’ and ‘Manto’.
Nawaz-ud-Din Siddiqui was also seen in the popular OTT platform Netflix series ‘Sacred Games’.