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Nawazuddin Siddiqui supported Ranveer Singh, now Jim Sarbh had to clarify his old statement, know the matter


Ranveer Singh played the role of Alauddin Khilji in the film 'Padmaavat' released in 2018. He said about his role that it was such a character for which he locked himself in the house. According to Ranveer, to prepare himself for that role, he locked himself in his Goregaon house for 21 days. He also said that he cannot tell much about it because it was a very dark experience.

This statement of Ranveer came in the year 2018. After that, in an interview given to Quint in the year 2023, actor Jim Sarbh had said, there are some artists who say, 'You know I was so caught up in my character that I had to undergo mental therapy for weeks.' “At that time I was like, shut up brother. You didn't even know your lines that day, what nonsense.”

Nawazuddin Siddiqui supported

This statement of Jim is once again in the news and it is being said that he had targeted Ranveer Singh through this statement. It is worth noting that Jim also worked in 'Padmaavat'. He played the character of Malik Kafur. We cannot say anything about whether his statement was for Ranveer or not, but now a statement has come from Nawazuddin Siddiqui, after listening to which it is being said that Nawaz has supported Ranveer.

Nawaz said in Shubhankar Mishra's podcast, "Those who are calling it fake, did they bother to understand the actor's process? Did they try to understand how he was living his life when he was creating a character? They are just judging him. We don't know what a man is thinking when he is coming up with a character."

What did Jim say in his defense?

Jim Sarbh posted a post on social media in his clarification and wrote, "I feel absurd to clarify this, but since people are participating in the video and article fiercely, there is no mention of Ranveer Singh in whatever I said. The video byte (statement) being shared is from the promotion of 'Made in Heaven Season 2'. This is 5 years after the release of 'Padmaavat'. For 5 years I had only lovely things to say about Ranveer - watch it. I still do. Also, this is not an attack on the process. I like the process and I like the actor. My video (statement) is making fun of actors who exaggerate their process. I am sure you all have met people who talk more about their work than doing their work."

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