Bollywood famous actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui on his hardest part in this way, figuring out how to live with achievement and disappointment and explained why he abhors the characters he plays.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui Interview About His Upcoming Film MANJHI :
When reporter questioned, Discuss your trip in Manjhi — The Mountain Man. What made you need to play this character?
He said, My chief Ketan Mehta described only one line to me — ek aadmi apne pyaar ke liye 22 saal tak pahad todta rehta hai (for a long time, a man continued pounding without end at a mountain for his adoration) — and that was sufficient to allure me.
I needed to get into the psyche of this man, Dashrath Manjhi, who was a standard man however his affection was exceptional. I needed to know how it feels to love somebody that much. In today’s age, this sort of adoration doesn’t exist; it’s the stuff of dreams. We continue discussing Superman and Batman, Dashrath Manjhi was our Superman and no one thinks about him.
And later the reporter questioned, Since this is a biopic, how could you have been able to you disguise the character? How would you relate to the characters you play?
He said, keeping in mind the end goal to play Dashrath Manjhi, I related to his commitment and his life’s logic to never lose trust.
I’ve likewise battled for more than 15 years to get acknowledgment as an on-screen character and, in every one of these years trust is the thing that saw me through. Battle is a critical piece of an on-screen character’s adventure; no one truly knows when it’s going to end.
An on-screen character can simply be arranged with the art so that when the open door emerges, he is prepared for it. I’ve seen numerous performing artist companions get so rationally drained that notwithstanding when they get that tricky break, they can’t benefit as much as possible from it.
This is the reason I for the most part like playing motivational characters. As a performing artist, you must be receptive to what the character is stating to you and afterward you can play him as you need. That is my methodology.