Bollywood Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has been nominated for the International Emmy Awards a few days back. Due to which he remains in the discussion these days. Nawaz has received a nomination in the Best Actor category at the Emmy Awards for his film ‘Serious Man’, released in 2020. Now in a recent interview, Nawaz has talked about his film and the issue of nepotism in Bollywood. Nawaz believes that there is a problem of racism in the film industry more than nepotism. The International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will announce the winners of the 2021 International Emmy Awards on November 22 in New York.
In fact, Nawazuddin Siddiqui was talking about his co-star Indira Tiwari in Sudhir Mishra’s directorial ‘Serious Man’, which he hopes will give him another film after ‘Serious Men’. Will get the lead role. He said that this would be the real victory. Nawazuddin Siddiqui said, “Sudhir sahab has immense knowledge about cinema and his thought process is very practical. He cast Indira as the heroine in ‘Serious Man’ and I can guarantee you that there is so much in our film industry. Racism is there. If Indira is cast again in the lead role in a film, I will be very happy. Sudhir Mishra did it, but what about the chiefs in charge? More than nepotism, we have a problem with racism in the industry.”
47-year-old Nawazuddin Siddiqui further said, “I fought against racism for many years and I hope that an actress with dark skin will also be made a heroine, it is very important. I am not even talking about the color of the skin. There is a lot of bias in the industry, which needs to end in order to make better films. I was rejected for many years just because I was short in stature and looked like I was in the industry. Usually it doesn’t happen. Still I can’t complain now. But, there are many great actors who fall prey to bias.”