B.S.S. Inter College Budhana, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh
The National School of Drama (NSD), New Delhi Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar, Uttarakhand
Noorani Chehra (TBA) Tiku Weds Sheru (TBA) Adbhut (TBA) Heropanti 2 (TBA) Sangeen (TBA) Jogira Sara Ra Ra (TBA) Bole Chudiyan (TBA) No Land’s Man (bangladeshi, 2021) Serious Men (2020) Raat Akeli Hai (2020) Ghoomketu (2020) Motichoor Chaknachoor (2019) Roam Rome Mein (2019) Housefull 4 (2019) Photograph (2019) Thackeray (2019) Manto (2018) Genius (2018) Babumoshai Bandookbaaz (2017) Munna Michael (2017) Jagga Jasoos (2017) Mom (2017) Raees (2017) Haraamkhor (2017) Freaky Ali (2016) Lion (English, 2016) Te3n (2016) Raman Raghav 2.0 (2016) Manjhi – The Mountain Man (2015) Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) Badlapur (2015) Lateef (2015) Kick (2014) Anwar Ka Ajab Kissa (2013) The Lunchbox (2013) Monsoon Shootout (2013) Liar’s Dice (2013) Shorts (2013) Bombay Talkies (2013) Aatma – Feel It Around You (2013) Talaash: The Answer Lies Within (2012) Chittagong (2012) Miss Lovely (2012) Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2 (2012) Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1 (2012) Kahaani (2012) Dekh Indian Circus (2011) Patang (2011) Peepli Live (2010) Black Friday (2007)
The Owner (English, 2012) Paan Singh Tomar (2012) Peepli Live (2010) Dev.D (2009) New York (2009) Firaaq (2009) Black & White (2008) Manorama Six Feet Under (2007) Ek Chalis Ki Last Local (2007) Aaja Nachle (2007) Family: Ties of Blood (2006) Adharm (2006) Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. (2003) Mudda: The Issue (2003) Bindiya Mange Bandook (2001) Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar (2000) Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar!! (2000) Jungle (2000) Shool (1999) Sarfarosh (1999)
Carbon: The Story of Tomorrow (2017) Salt N Pepper (2007) Hazy Grey Skies (2006) Elephant Boy (2005) One Long Night (2005) The Bypass (2003)
Sacred Games (2018-19)
Baarish Ki Jaaye (B Praak, 2021)
Best Actor in a Web Original Film for “Serious Men” at Filmfare OTT Awards, 2021 Best Actor in a Web Original Film for “Raat Akeli Hai” at Filmfare OTT Awards, 2020 Golden Dragon Award for Excellence in Cinema at Cardiff International Film festival, 2019 Best Actor (Drama) for “Sacred Games” at iReel Awards, 2018 Actor of the Year for “Manto” at GQ Men of the Year Awards, 2018 Best Performance by an Actor for “Manto” at Asia Pacific Screen Awards, 2018 Best Supporting Actor for “Mom” at IIFA Awards, 2018 Best Supporting Actor for “Raees” at Screen Awards, 2018 Best Actor for “Haraamkhor” at New York Indian Film Festival, 2017 Best Supporting Actor for “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” at Screen Awards, 2016 Best Actor in a Comic Role for “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” at Zee Cine Awards, 2016 Best Performance in a Negative Role for “Badlapur” at Zee Cine Awards, 2016 Outstanding Achievement in Cinema at Chicago South Asian Film Festival, 2014 Best Supporting Actor for “The Lunchbox” at Filmfare Awards, 2014 Best Supporting Actor for “Talaash” at Screen Awards, 2013 Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Male for “Talaash” at Zee Cine Awards, 2013 Best Supporting Actor for “Kahaani” at Stardust Awards, 2013 Best Supporting Actor for “The Lunchbox” at Asia Pacific Film Festival, 2013 Special Jury Award at the 60th National Film Awards, 2012 Breakthrough Personality of the Year at GQ Men of the Year Awards, 2012 Best Actor for “Dekh Indian Circus” at New York Indian Film Festival, 2012
Nawazuddin Siddiqui is an Indian actor who works mainly in hindi films. He was born on May 19, 1974 in Budhana a small town of Muzaffarnagar district, Uttar Pradesh, India in a zamindar muslim family to Nawabuddin Siddiqui and wife Mehroonisa Siddiqui. He has six brothers and two sisters and he is the eldest of nine siblings.
His brother Shamsuddin Siddiqui passed away as an infant.
Nawazuddin graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, Haridwar. After this, he worked as a chemist in Vadodara for a year.
He is an alumnus of the National School of Drama and he graduated from NSD in 1996.
His real name is Nambardar Nawazuddin Siddiqui but he changed it to simply Nawazuddin Siddiqui for his acting career.
He made his acting debut in 1999 with a minor role in the Aamir Khan starrer Sarfarosh.
During his struggling years, he asked a NSD senior if he could stay with him. The senior allowed him to share his apartment in Goregaon on a condition that he will have to cook meals for him.
He was first noticed with his role of a journalist in Peepli Live (2010).
His first film in a lead role was Prashant Bhargava’s Patang (2011). His performance was praised by the critics.
His role as Faizal Khan in Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs of Wasseypur (2012) established him as one of the most promising actors in the Indian Film Industry.
In 2012, he was awarded the Special Jury Award at the 60th National Film Awards for his work in the movies Kahaani (2012), Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1 (2012), Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2 (2012), Dekh Indian Circus (2011) and Talaash: The Answer Lies Within (2012).
His first wife’s name was Sheeba Siddiqui.
Nawazuddin got married to Aaliya Siddiqui aka Anjana Kishor Pandey in 2010. They have a daughter, Shora Siddiqui, and a son, Yaani Siddiqui, who was born on Nawazuddin’s 41st birthday on May 19, 2015.
On May 19, 2020, Aaliya revealed in an Interview that she is seeking divorce from Nawazuddin.
He was involved with actress Niharika Singh with whom he worked in Miss Lovely (2012).
He was also involved with actress Sunita Rajwar.
His father Nawabuddin Siddiqui who was paralyzed for a few years, passed away due to brain hemorrhage in 2015. He was 76 years old.
In 2017, he apologized and withdrew his memoir “An Ordinary Life: A Memoir” published by Penguin Random House within a fortnight after its release in October 2017 after his former girlfriends Sunita Rajwar and actress Niharika Singh sued him for defaming them in his memoir and a complaint against him was made with the National Commission for Women (NCW).
His sister, Syama Tamshi Siddiqui passed away in December 2019 due to breast cancer. She was just 26 years old.
He is the only actor in the world to have 8 films officially selected and screened at the Cannes Film Festival.
Celebrated author Paulo Coelho recommended Sacred Games to his Twitter followers and appreciated Nawazuddin’s work in the web series.
Nawazuddin lives in an one-bedroom flat in Zohra Nagar, Andheri West, Mumbai with his younger brother, Shamas Nawab Siddiqui who is a director.
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