Nawazuddin Siddiqui Set To Leave Native Village After Six months; Actor Says 'Mumbai Is The Place That Gave Me Everything' - EXCLUSIVE

Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who has been missing from Mumbai for the entire year is all set to return to the city. Read on!

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui Set To Leave Native Village After Six months; Actor Says 'Mumbai Is The Place That Gave Me Everything' - EXCLUSIVE
Nawazuddin Siddiqui is one of the most popular stars of Bollywood. He has proved his versatility as an actor by taking up interesting and challenging roles. That actor par excellence Nawazuddin Siddiqui has been  missing from Mumbai for this entire year. But now he’s returning “home”.

“Mumbai is  the place that gave me  everything. So yes it is home. I return to Mumbai on 6 July after 6 months with mixed feelings,” says Nawaz. When asked, Why mixed feelings? He said, “Because  I love the city. At the same time being in my native place Budhana (Uttarakhand) where I   grew  up is  my idea of  a perfect life.Afrer I left for Mumbai to pursue  a career  in acting this is the first time I’ve been able to spend so much time  with my  mother.'  ALSO READ: Nawazuddin Siddiqui Is Not Keen On Resuming Work; Says 'Until I Feel Safe, I Can't Return To Shooting' - EXCLUSIVE

He added, 'My heart is  in Budhana.These  six months  cut off from work and Mumbai have been bliss.I  have been farming on my land, growing  vegetables. It is  as creative as  acting.'  ALSO READ: Nawazuddin Siddiqui And Chandan Roy Sanyal: 'I learnt So Much About Cinema From Buddhadeb Dasgupta' -EXCLUSIVE


Nawaz’s ancestral home which was in shambles during his days of professional struggle is now fully renovated and  a sight for sore eyes for all  locals, and  visitors. Some day he hopes to  retire and settle  down again in Budhana. But for now work beckons. “Yes, I’ve some  work-related  meetings in Mumbai. Also I haven’t met my children for a while. I wish I could bring them to  Budhana. But they’ve their  own life and their online classes in Mumbai. I can’t disrupt the life they are used to. But some day I  hope they will be as attached to Budhana as  I am,” said Nawaz.





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