Known for playing grim and dark roles, Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui made her acting debut with the film Sarfarosh in the year 1999. After delivering super hit films like Manjhi- The Mountain Man, Gangs of Wasseypur 2, Kick, Badlapur, and Bajrangi Bhaijaan, the actor also made a debut on OTT platform with Sacred Games on Netflix.
Manjhi- The Mountain Man saw one of the best roles of Nawazuddin. The actor essayed the role of Dashrath Manjhi. The film was based on the real-life story of Manjhi whose inspirational story tells that a person can do the hardest work with determination even when resources are scarce.
Here are a few of his best scenes from the film.
Dashrath Manjhi (played by Nawaz) was married to Phaguni Devi (Radhika Apte) and was in love with her. However, while crossing a hillock to bring him his lunch, she slips from the hill and gets injured seriously. Because of the lack of medical facilities which were quite away from their place, his wife dies. Manjhi, who is very disturbed by her death, decides to carve a path through the Gehlour hills.
Gaurav Dwivedi's Alok Jha, the journalist who helps Manjhi gain some limelight, is quite the scribe in his kurta-pyjama-glasses-jhola get-up. The discussion between Alok and Manjhi is worth watching. The dialogues between the two show the love of Manjhi for his wife. The dialogue, "Tum Apna Akhbar Kahe Nahin Chap Lete," became much popular after its release.
As the movie reaches towards the end, Nawaz gets arrested from the forest department. Meanwhile, all the villagers come together to get him out of jail. At first, police does not agree, but later they do release Nawaz. In the end, Nawaz and all other villagers become successful to make the road between the mountain.
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