The Bollywood star wonders why the Hindi film industry is obsessed with Hollywood.
Many Bollywood stars aim to cross over to international waters and gain acclaim for their work, however, Nawazuddin Siddiqui doesn't understand the obsession with going to Hollywood. In a recent interview, the Manto star voiced concern about the Hindi film industry's 'inferiority complex' when it comes to the West.
"I do not know why there is an inferiority complex among us. Everybody here wants to work in Hollywood and become big. Having given box office hits like Gangs Of Wasseypur and The Lunchbox, Nawazuddin feels that their content should be lauded instead of compared to Hollywood films.
"When we watch films from a powerful country, we feel somewhat inferior. We think our films are not up to their level, but at present, we should feel proud of our films. We are making them with very good content here," he said.
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