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Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment - Yashika Mathur

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.

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