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Kubbra Sait sees Niharika Singh's outburst against Nawazuddin Siddiqui as a personal relationship gone wrong.
The actress is known for her role as 'Kuckoo' in the web series 'Sacred Games' where she co-starred with Nawazuddin.
#MeToo: Former Miss India Niharika Singh calls out Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Sajid Khan and Bhushan Kumar
Singh’s #MeToo story was shared by journalist Sandhya Menon on Twitter.
The quirky wedding comedy brings together the unusual pairing of Nawazuddin and Athiya for the first time.
Nawazuddin on Thursday shared a sneak peak from the film's set, where he is seen sporting a sherwani.
I don't blame Nawazuddin Siddiqui for not taking a stand: Chitrangda Singh over alleged harassment on 'Babumoshai Bandookbaaz' sets
Chitrangda Singh had walked out of Babumoshai Bandookbaaz after she was asked to do a vulgar scene with Nawaz.
It was the year 2008, and I was a freshly-minted postgraduate working for a city newspaper as a journalist, covering the arts and culture beat.
A few days ago at a masterclass, Hirani said he never thought Nawazuddin would go on to become a huge star.
Nawazuddin is efficient as Manto - dressed in spotless whites, he vents the mental quandaries of his character through visible twitches on his forehead.
As there was no first day, first show for Nandita Das' "Manto", it left the actress-filmmaker "hugely disappointed".
Siddiqui believes every time one takes up a character, it adds something to the personality of the actor but also takes something away from them.
The thriller series, based on author Vikram Chandra's novel of the same name, features Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Saif Ali Khan in the lead.
When Manto leaves for Lahore, the film and the protagonist falls into a melancholic meditative mood mourning the passing of an era when the country and its people were split into two messy halves.
The 33-year-old actor will be seen opposite Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Manto as Safia — Saadat Hasan’s supportive, shy wife credited for reining him in.
Asked why artistes keep revisiting the Partition, Nandita said, "Why we have not forgotten and probably why we should not forget Partition is because we haven't learnt anything from it."