On October 2, Nawazuddin Siddiqui's film Serious Man is being released on Netflix. This time Nawazuddin will neither appear in the gangster nor the police officer's role. Nawaz has become a lower-middle-class father who wants to use his son's intelligent mind to fulfill his desires.
Netflix has made a trailer for the film. The trailer is interesting and once again offers a sample of Nawazuddin's finest acting. The film is the hallmark of how the economic gap between different sections in the society makes dreams impossible. A lower-middle-class father has compromised his position but wants to see the next generation ahead of him. As there is a dialogue in Nawazuddin's trailer, his father was the first generation who never went to school. He is of the second generation. Went to school and also read. His son is of the third generation, who will tell why there are dots on the condom.
'Serious Man' with undercurrent humor, is an emotional drama film based on Manu Joseph's novel. The film is the story of a father and his brilliant son. Through the prominence of his genius son, he wants to fulfill his ambitions. However, there is also a secret, which can worsen the whole game after the opening. The film has been directed by Sudhir Mishra, while the script is Bhavesh Mandalia. With Nawazuddin in the film, Akshat Das, Shweta Basu Prasad, and Nasar are the main roles. This is the debut film of Indira Tiwari.
Nawazuddin had played the role of gangster Ganesh Gaitonde in Netflix's famous web series 'Sacred Games.' Then, in Raat Akeli Hai, he appeared in the police officer's role. Sudhir Mishra directed web series 'Hostess 2' has recently been released on Disney Plus Hotstar, which is being liked a lot. Sudhir has directed a number of excellent films in his career, Yeh Woh Manzil To Nahin, Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin, Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, and Chameli name can be taken in a major way.
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