Nawazuddin Siddiqui To Play A Serial Killer In 'Raman Raghav 2.0'


In spite of the fact that Anurag Kashyap's last film 'Bombay Velvet' did not experience the desires, actor companion Nawazuddin Siddiqui says the director will stamp a strong come back to the wide screen with his next 'Raman Raghav 2.0'. Raman Raghav, otherwise called Psycho Raman, was a psychopathic serial killer who threatened the cities of Mumbai in the mid-1960s. The thriller stars Nawazuddin in the part of the infamous serial killer and the 'Bajrangi Bhaijan' actor says the film is one of the best works of Kashyap.



"Working with him (Anurag) is always nice. He always gives me new dimensions to perform as an actor and lets me in a new territory. Together, we explore the unknown. Be it just an appearance in a song in 'Dev D' 'Emotional Atyachar', or something like 'Raman Raghav', he offers me roles which are completely unexpected," Nawazuddin added and CRB Tech reports. Even though his collaborations with the 'Ugly' helmer have always proved to be a success, Nawazuddin says there is never a pressure on the duo.

The 41-year-old actor initially worked with Kashyap in 'Black Friday' and afterward included in the two-part crime saga 'Gangs of Wasseypur'. Nawazuddin says the 'Dev D' director brings out something sudden out of him and will investigate the "unknown" domain. "Anurag Kashyap will definitely strike back with Raman Raghav. I am very sure about it. I can confidently say this is one of his best works. He has worked extremely hard for this one," Nawazuddin told PTI.

'Raman Raghav 2.0', which likewise stars Vicky Kaushal will be showcased at Cannes' Directors Fortnight section. The festival will open on May 11. 'Raman Raghav 2.0' will be Nawazuddin's eighth motion picture at the prestigious celebration after movies like 'The Lunchbox', 'Gangs of Wasseypur', 'Miss Lovely' among others, and the "Badlapur" actor says he is extremely energized.

Director Anurag Kashyap shared his satisfaction after his most recent directorial wander 'Raman Raghav 2.0' got section to the Cannes film celebration this year."It is a proud moment for me and my team.

Vicky Kaushal, who had a sudden effect in Masaan, trailed by Mozez Singh's widely praised Zubaan, will next be seen in Anurag Kashyap's 'Raman Raghav 2.0' in a totally diverse symbol.

Siddiqui went to the National School of Drama, New Delhi. After moving on from NSD, he moved to Mumbai. In 2004, which was one of the most noticeably bad years of his battle, he couldn't pay any rent. He inquired as to whether he could stay with him. The senior permitted him to share his loft in Goregaon on the off chance that he was willing to cook suppers for him.

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