Gautam Gulati, a Delhi-based advocate, says he has not taken Niharika Singh into conference but has sued Nawazuddin Siddiqui in National Commision for Women
Nawaz vs Kangana: What the contrasting response to affairs of male, female actors says about Bollywood
While many condemned Kangana Ranaut for allegedly having an affair with a married man, there has been close to radio silence on Nawazuddin Siddiqui's affair his co-star.
Excerpts from Nawazuddin Siddiqui's book started doing the rounds on 23 October and the actor has given a detailed account of his affairs and flings in it.
Today, Nawazuddin Siddiqui is being celebrated.
This past year was a mixed bag for Bollywood. It started off with a bang, and made us hold out hope that the reign of nonsensical, regressive commercial masala may be coming to a close.
Miss Lovely moves slowly, unravelling like real life. It demands the viewer read into silences, see the phantoms hidden by smoke and the cheap dazzle of measly successes and the menace lurking in smiles and embraces.
Some will appreciate Miss Lovely for its experimental arthouse style. Others will hate the film and call it a slow, story-less and pointless exercise in indulgence.
We’ve celebrated his performances as Faizal Khan in Gangs Of Wasseypur, the IB Officer A Khan in Kahaani and Shaikh in The Lunchbox, but it’s hard to pin Nawazuddin Siddiqui down as any one of them: he is the quintessential Indian man on the street, blending into the crowd as expertly as he stands out with his performances.