Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s (right) has proved his acting prowess time and again and has been appreciated by the critics and masses alike. But, according to him, any actor’s individual performance can’t guarantee a perfect scene in any film.
“When a good scene is delivered, its made because of your co-actor. You can’t deliver a scene alone. If I get any kind of appreciation, it’ll be because my co-stars took the responsibility of getting the right temperament with me and vice versa,” says Siddiqui.
The actor, who was last seen in director Rahul Dholakia’s film Raees, feels that his co-star Shah Rukh Khan, helped him build a great onscreen chemistry. “The great thing about our shots was that Shah Rukh put in a lot of efforts and our scenes came out well,” he says.
Siddiqui who has been part of films like The Lunchbox (2013), Gangs of Wasseypur (2012), has been tagged as an art house actor, but he doesn’t believe in such tags. “When I work on a project, I don’t classify it into commercial, independent or parallel cinema. A film can’t be any of that, it can be a good film or a bad one,” says the actor.