Here are some of the best Nawazuddin Siddiqui appearances to watch out for before making an international Emmy appearance on Netflix

Nawazuddin Siddiqui has earned a title of versatility by successfully navigating complex characters. He is known for his unconventional project selection. His current Netflix original Serious Men was nominated for the prestigious Emmy Awards, which only goes to show how he has become one of the most bankable actors in the country.

Below we’ve listed five of his greatest appearances prior to his International Emmy Award.

Serious Men: Serious Men is a satirical comedy based on the story of a slum dweller who weaves a web of lies to achieve the ascension he longs for. The father with a new secret has no idea how it will destroy what he loves most.

Sacred Games: Sacred Games unveils the story of the Bombay-based gangster and an honest cop about the organized crime, money laundering, politics and secret espionage that underpin India’s economic revival. Sacred Games was recognized by audiences and critics alike. As a Gaitonde, Nawazuddin is charming in the role. He meets the requirements of the character with ease. Whatever mood his character experiences, including lust, anger, surrender, or desperate attempts to resist, the actor manages to capture the nuances without missing a beat.

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Raat Akeli Hai: The investigation into a politician’s death gets complicated when the victim’s clan and a cop’s psyche come into play. The film shows Nawazuddin as a police officer who is supposed to investigate the death of an elderly relative. With his role as inspector Jatil Yadav, Nawazuddin Siddiqui excels in finding the truth of the mystery of murder and captivating every viewer in the plot of the film

Manto: Manto is the story of Saadat Hasan Manto, who is forced to flee to Pakistan after his family was forced to leave Bombay due to increasing tensions between Hindus and Muslims. Nawazuddin Siddiqui flawlessly portrayed the character of the late Urdu writer Saadat Hasan Manto. See his accomplishment as an eloquent writer, playwright, and author whose opinions are fearless