On This Day - Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Birthday: Here's A Look at His Luxurious House in Mumbai

The house is located at Yari Road in Mumbai.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui is a classic example that hard work always pays off! The actor started his career doing small roles in several films, and now, he is one of the most celebrated figures in B-town. He has given memorable performances in films like 'The Lunchbox', 'Gangs of Wasseypur 2', 'Manto', 'Manjhi - The Mountain Man', and more.

Siddiqui's journey in Bollywood is inspiring for anyone who dreams big! He has built a palace-like house in Mumbai, which stands as the epitome of luxury. He has named the house 'Nawab', in memory of his father.

The actor celebrates his 49th birthday today. On this occasion, let's have a look at his house in Mumbai.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui's words on his new house

Speaking about his new house in Mumbai, Siddiqui said in an interview, "To tell you the truth, I didn’t consciously plan that I want a new house. Ghar hona chahiye — iss concept mein mera belief hi nahi tha. Someone showed me the plot, so I thought let’s do it no harm. Things kept happening, and after I purchased it, I realised I had studied architecture and aesthetics too at National School of drama. I had also studied scenic design in my first year. Maine socha kis tarah se design kiya jaa sakta hai. My final concept was that the minimal it is, the more impact it will have."

The house is undoubtedly a symbol of the actor's sheer hard work.

He said, "Of course there’s hard work, and I created it as well. Logon ne kahin na kahin mera struggle dekha hai, shayad isiliye voh Khushi hoti hai unhe. I don’t know main kitna rahunga uss ghar mein kyunki meri aadhi life toh vanity van mein hi guzar gayi. Zyaada time toh set pe hi rehta hai, vahi toh rona hai.

About the house, it’s where you come to relax, that’s how I got this created, for me to rest. I have used only three colors in the entire house, you won’t find a fourth color anywhere- wooden, white and sky blue.There is a garden, and a cabin where I will read my scripts, and think."

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