Nawaz Uddin Siddiqui Add up New bungalow In Life

Nawaz Uddin Siddiqui Add up New bungalow In Life

Nawazuddin Siddiqui is an Indian actor known for his work in Hindi cinema. He is an alumnus of the National School of Drama. Siddiqui’s feature film debut was alongside director Prashant Bhargava in Patang, and his performance was appreciated by cinema critic Roger Ebert. Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has recently shifted base to hisnew plush bungalow in Mumbai, which was in construction for the past three years. The actor was involved in designing the house himself and has named it Nawab in memory of his late father. 

He purportedly based the bungalow’s design on his childhood home in Budhana, Uttar Pradesh. In a recent interview, he talked about how he used to share a house with four other aspiring actors in the past. “Aaj jitna bada mera personal bathroom hai, utnasa mera ghar hua karta tha (In the past my house used to be as big as my personal bathroom is now). When I moved to Mumbai, I stayed in such a small place, which I shared with four other budding actors.”

The actor, who shared a flat with a few people during the initial stages of his career, told Bombay Times, “When I moved to Mumbai, I stayed in such a small place, which I shared with four other budding actors. Woh kamra itna chhota tha ki agar main door kholun toh kisi ke pairon mein lag jata tha (That room was so small that if you opened the door, it hit someone’s feet)

best known for his critically-acclaimed work in the Gangs Of Wasseypur series of films and the Sacred Games web-series, was seen in 2020 release Serious Men. He is currently working on two projects – No Man’s Land and Jogira Sara Ra Ra. Last year, Nawazuddin Siddiqui was nominated in the Best Actor category at the International Emmy Awards for his role in Serious Men, a satirical drama film based on Manu Joseph’s book of the same name.

Located on Yari Road in Mumbai, the opulent three-story house is named in the memory of his late father, Nawab. With beautiful exterior new place of nawaz look like a king white place, open terraces, a huge veranda and long sheltered windows uplift the outlook.

In addition to that Nawaz took an interior look of the house very seriously and selected dark brow shaded, in-wall paint celling and lather furniture. overall his personal room is a very simple design but with a luxury touch. Its is great mixture of simplicity and luxury at the same time.

In the setting area, Nawaz opt for old architecture style which show in fan lofty chairs old style table and other accessories. Speaking about the process behind his new house, Nawaz shared, “I was never for the idea that one must have a home of their own. Someone showed me the plot, so I thought let’s do it no harm. Things kept happening, and after I purchased it, I realised I had studied architecture and aesthetics too at National School of drama. I had also studied scenic design in my first year. I thought a lot about how it can be designed.” Giving in to minimalism, he shared, “my final concept was that the minimal it is, the more impact it will have.”

Nawaz said that this is his so many years achivements, “About the house, it’s where you come to relax, that’s how I got this created, for me to rest. I have used only three colours in the entire house, you won’t find a fourth colour anywhere- wooden, white and sky blue. There is a garden and a cabin where I will read my scripts, and think,” he said.

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