Bollywood Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has proven his versatility to the audience with his hard work and talent. Now, as he has become an icon and well-known face amongst the audience, he takes it as an opportunity to speak about theatre monopolisation. The actor confesses that he has a big problem with the big films of the Bollywood industry.
The talented actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui says that the big films monopolising theatres are very unfair. It not only affects him but more than 1000 actors like him. The actor takes a dig at the bigwig movies of Bollywood. Nawazuddin says that the big films monopolising kill smaller films before they get a chance to prove their worth. He said that even a film about ‘cats and dogs will make crores if it is released on over 4500 screens.
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The actor also spoke about the international content that’s becoming world-famous. Currently, Indian audiences are loving the content from countries such as South Korea and Spain. Nawazuddin Siddiqui said, “We’ve been making content like this from the very beginning. The only difference is that I and 1000 other actors like me weren’t given the screen space. Big films used to come and monopolise the environment. And when our work was exposed to a global audience through OTT, they realised our worth.”
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