Nawazuddin Siddiqui is one of the busiest actors these days. Nawaz is busy with three films simultaneously. This means that he is going to be extremely busy for the next three months.
At present, he is shooting for his brother Shamas Nawab Siddiqui’s film ‘Bole Chudiyan’. Apart from this, he is also busy with ‘Dusty to Meet Rusty’. After these days, he will get involved in his international project.
Nawaz busy in many projects
According to reports, Nawazuddin’s next 3 months are going to be very busy. At present in Rajasthan, Nawazuddin is shooting with Tamannaah Bhatia for ‘Bole Chudiyan’.
As soon as this happens, he will be busy for a month with Dusty to Meet Rusty. This story is about a girl who goes to Dharamshala from Mumbai. They will shoot most of it in real locations. After this, Nawaz will be busy in No-man’s-land in the US for about a month. Apart from this, he will also be seen in Sudhir Mishra’s next film which is Manu Joseph’s book, Serious.
Can’t promote Sacred Games 2
Regarding his busy schedule, Nawaz says- ‘Yes I have a lot of projects and I also want to do a lot of work’. Because of the busy schedule, he cannot promote the second season of his web show Sacred Games. His film Dusty to Meet Rusty is directed by Glenn Baratos, the same No Man’s Land English film is directed by Bangladesh director Mustafa Serwer Farooqui. It is being said that Thackeray’s second part will also be worked on and they may release all these films next year.
Sacred Games 2 Leaked
While Nawazuddin’s popular web series Sacred Games-2, released on August 15, has fallen victim to piracy. The pirated video messaging app of the series is also available on many websites along with Telegram. According to The Economic Times, some of these websites spread phishing and malware. On the telegram channel, a pirated version of Sacred Games-2 is available to thousands of users. Internet and Mobile Association of India and Alliance (IAMAI) has been trying to remove the pirated content of Netflix, Amazon Prime, Z5 and Alt Balaji in this case with the help of Maharashtra Cyber Digital Crime Unit (MCDCU).