My tweet just a reply; whole industry is not racist: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Rodiano Bonacci
Luglio 18, 2017

Nawazuddin's cryptic tweet hints at racial discrimination in Bollywood By Ranjini Maitra Nawazuddin Siddiqui's latest tweet on racism in Bollywood is a piece of bitter truth.

When Nawazuddin Siddiqui took to social media and spoke about racism in Bollywood, there was complete buzz all around. Clearing the air, the Mom actor said that his recent tweet which talked about his dark skin colour, wasn't any random statement but a reply targeted to someone, according to a DNA report. His inspiring journey is the benchmark for many who have earned the stardom in the industry.

From doing one-minute side roles in films once, Nawazuddin Siddiqui is arguably the most bankable actor now. 'I think there is no racism in this film industry.

Recently, the Munna Michael star took to the Twitter and shared a racist experience he faced in the industry. Later Chitrangada Singh was roped in but she left the project abruptly.

However, previous year in an interview, Nawazuddin had praised the film industry for giving priority to talent over good looks. So we had to again hunt for a leading lady.

He will be seen as a contract killer in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz. Keeping Nawaz in mind, we have to choose other characters. Nawaz's tweet on how hard it is for him to bag roles considering he is "dark and not good looking" while the demand is for "fair and handsome"!

The actor is now looking forward to the release of his upcoming film Babumoshai Bandookbaaz. It would look so weird.

Taking to Twitter, Nawazuddin, whose performances are nothing short of magic on silver screen, wrote: "Thank you for making me realise that I can not be paired along with the fair and handsome, because I am dark and not good looking. You have to take people with distinct features and personalities when pairing them with him".

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