On-screen character Nawazuddin Siddiqui shared pictures from his recent outing back home to Budhana in Uttar Pradesh where he furrowed mustard fields and interfaced with different agriculturists. Yes, farmers. That is Nawazuddin Siddiqui working in the fields and it's not for a film.
Nawazuddin learnt about focus turn water system method when he went to the Cannes Film Festival, this year.
Prior this month, the Uttar Pradesh government designated Nawazuddin as the brand minister of the Samajwadi Kisan Beema Yojna, which goes for giving protection scope to the ranchers.
The Freaky Ali performer told Hindustan Times in a prior meeting that at whatever point he visits his home, he makes it a point to require out investment for cultivating. "I have done cultivating for a long time of my life. At whatever point I get time, I take it up. It's our familial occupation. It gives me a considerable measure of joy," he said.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui, 42, is one of nine offspring of a rancher from Uttar Pradesh. Nawazuddin initially moved on from his town with a degree in science. In the wake of preparing at the National School of Drama he showed up in the 1999's Sarfarosh. He went ahead to star in crucial parts in movies like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Kick and Gangs of Wasseypur. He's featured in lead parts in Manjhi: The Mountain Man and as of late discharged Freaky Ali.