Indore (Madhya Pradesh). Expressing concern over the dwindling numbers in the cinema halls of the country, famous actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has said that if the ‘dissatisfaction’ of the audience continues like this, then the cinema will disappear completely.
“It is very important for all of us to know why audiences are not coming to theatres,” Siddiqui told reporters in Indore on Tuesday evening. If the audience’s displeasure with us continues like this, then cinema will be gone. He said the audience should “forgive any mistake” and come back to theaters so that they can enjoy movies on the big screen. However, he did not elaborate on the alleged lapse.
Calling his role in the film “Gangs of Wasseypur” the turning point of his career, the 49-year-old actor said, “When you watch the film on the big screen, you get immersed in the characters.” While on the small screen you don’t get to see this character.”Let’s take the film’s story forward.” were in -Star Neha Sharma When asked about the bumper collections of films like “The Kashmir Files” and “The Kerala Story”, Siddiqui said that he has not seen these films, so he does not say anything about them. can However, he said that it is necessary to promote any film to reach the audience.
Notably, along with ‘The Kerala Story’, Siddiqui’s film ‘Afwaah’ also hit the screens on May 5. However, it has collected more than Rs 200 crore at the box office so far. “Rumour” was badly outdone by “The Kerala”. Kahani.” Siddique laughed in his unique style and said, “In a way this film of mine has also become a rumour.” In response to a question, he said that ‘Raman Raghav 2.0’ and ‘Manto’ This film has been made after working in films like It was very difficult for him to come out of the characters he played in these films and his life became very chaotic. Siddiqui said that it was also difficult for him to come out of the transgender character he played for the film ‘Hadi’ a few months ago. was And he took leave from work and went to his village to get rid of the grip of character.