In the last couple of years, several films from South Indian film industry have done successfully well at the box office. Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who is one of the most versatile stars, was asked if there is any insecurity in Bollywood after the domination of films like RRR, and KGF: Chapter 2.
The actor told NDTV, "When a film does well everyone joins in and praises it more than it probably deserves. Similarly if a film isn't a hit, people criticise it more than it deserves."
He added that a Hindi film becoming an equivalent hit will transform the debate once again. The actor added, "This is like fashion, now if a Bollywood film becomes a big hit then all these talks will change. I think this is just a trend." ALSO READ:Nawazuddin Siddiqui Recalls Being Rejected By TV Show Makers; They Used To Tell Me 'It'll Take Time, We'll Have To Put On Extra Lights'
On the other hand, Nawazuddin was recently seen in the Heropanti sequel. He essays the role of Laila who is one of the biggest cybercrime mafias in the world. Directed by Ahmed Khan, it also stars Tiger Shroff and Tara Sutaria.
Nawazuddin will next be seen in Tiku Weds Sheru. Produced under Kangana Ranaut's production house Manikarnika Films, it will be released on Amazon Prime Video. Talking about her film, Kangana recently said, "Tiku Weds Sheru is a COVID baby. When this movie was conceptualized, I was suffering from COVID, too. But the team from Amazon Prime Video made the making of this film an absolute breeze.
Talking about Nawazuddin, the actor has had its journey of ups and downs. He has been a part of movies like Gangs of Wasseypur, The Lunchbox, Manto and more.