Nawazuddin siddiqui : Memoir to release this October

1 month ago Amber Naz 0

This October,  actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui will come out with his memoir, which will be a story of his battle, of hope, of persevering ingenuity and the desire to dream titled as ‘An Ordinary Life: A Memoir‘. “We always have a choice,” said Nawazuddin.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui poses for the lensman in village Raja Khera on Sultanpur Road, near Lucknow. (Photo: Aditya Yadav)
Nawazuddin Siddiqui poses for the lensman in village Raja Khera on Sultanpur Road, near Lucknow. (Photo: Aditya Yadav)

As a young fellow from small town Budhana in Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar, he moved to Delhi to attempt his fortunes at the theater. And the remaining is history that we all know.

A versatile entertainer with a solid establishing in theater, he astounds the audiences with each part he plays – from Officer Khan in Kahaani‘, Faizal Khan in ‘Gangs of Wasseypur‘ and Shaikh in ‘The Lunchbox‘ to Liak in ‘Badlapur’, Chand Nawab in ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan‘ and Dasrath Manjhi in ‘Manjhi‘, the directors said.

“Be that as it may, the adventure to fame and fortune was a long way for the performing artist who went from being a manager at a petrochemical factory in Haridwar to a watchman in Delhi. “This memoir is a festival of his life,” Penguin India said. Discussing the diary, the actor said they have been working on the book for just about two years.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui interacts with farmers and their families in village Raja Khera on Sultanpur Road, near Lucknow. (Photo: Aditya Yadav)
Nawazuddin Siddiqui interacts with farmers and their families in village Raja Khera on Sultanpur Road, near Lucknow. (Photo: Aditya Yadav)

It follows my life from the time I lived in a town, to turning into a performer. We started composing this a while prior and will dispatch it in two months. Nobody thinks about my adolescence and what it takes for a farmer’s kid, who lived in a joint family, to enter this field and make a name.

Accomplishing this life could have just been a distant dream. The commitment of my folks and my town in helping me progress toward becoming what I am today has been tremendous and makes for a noteworthy piece of the book. Additionally, my theater days have been flawlessly chronicled. I believe there’s a great deal of masala in there for individuals to peruse,” he said.