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Nawazuddin Siddiqui

“My personality is so ordinary that I become one in a crowd very easily. I don’t fit the conventional image of a Bollywood hero, no well-built physique or a pretty face. I’m a thin-framed, kaala kaluta. It’s an advantage as I can roam about freely. By the time people notice, I’m gone!”

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    GANGS OF WASSEYPUR: PART I

    Anurag Kashyap India, 2012

    Indian director Anurag Kashyap’s two-part gangster epic left us stunned at its premiere in the Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight: equal parts Battles without Honor and Humanity and low key Martin Scorsese (his long-time editor, Thelma Schoonmaker edited Kashyap’s latest film). Part 2 to come!

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    GANGS OF WASSEYPUR: PART II

    Anurag Kashyap India, 2012

    The bloody conclusion of Indian director Anurag Kashyap’s gangster epic. Kashyap uses the expansive length of his saga to chart with a precipitating body count the labyrinthine, death-courting codes of honor and reprisals among his criminals. As engrossing as it is bloodthirsty.

    FIRAAQ

    Nandita Das India, 2008

    This film centres its plot around a major historical tragedy that unfolds through a series of stories as told through the perspective of a blend of characters. The film is anchored by the profoundly inspirational Naseeruddin Shah and features excellent art direction and deeply moving themes.

    SHOOL

    Eeshwar Nivas India, 1999

    A slick crime drama, debutant filmmaker Eeshwar Nivas’s Shool offers a sharp insight into the horrifying politician-criminal nexus of hinterland India. Manoj Bajpayee delivers a restrained performance as the honest police officer struggling within an incredibly corrupt system.

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