Nawazuddin 's Serious Men Is Out | Trailer Depicts An Undying Ambitons Of A Middle-Class Dad.

"Serious Men" is an upcoming Nawazuddin starrer , Netflix Original film, directed Sudhir Mishra. The film is set to be digitally premeired on 2nd oct, on Netflix India . The film is based on the book by Manu Joseph of the same name. The Film is produced by Bombay Fables and Cineraas Entertainment.

Nawazuddin 's Serious Men Is Out |  Trailer Depicts An Undying Ambitons Of A Middle-Class Dad.
source- The Quint

Subsequent to winning hearts with his astonishing exhibition in Netflix arrangement Sacred Games, entertainer Nawazuddin Siddiqui has marked another Netflix venture. Recently, Nawazuddin Siddiqui's greatly anticipated Netflix Original, "Serious Men" is out and the 30-second teaser guarantees an intriguing watch. The film is set to debut Netflix on October 2. In view of the novel by Manu Joseph, Serious Men is directed by Sudhir Mishra and composed by Bhavesh Mandalia. 

The 30-second mystery shows the sketch of Mumbai's horizon as we hear Nawazuddin saying, "Ye hai Mumbai. Iske bade structures me baithe hain kuch bade genuine men. Aise log jo straightforward si cheezo ko genuine le jate hain. Aise log jo condom ki spots jaise cheezo pe question karte hain, Jinhe murmur salam jarur karte hain, isliye mai apne bete Aadi ko aisa howdy ek genuine men banaega (This is Mumbai and there are a couple of genuine men sitting in its large structures. Those individuals who have most peculiar inquiries however we actually salute them. Also, that is the reason I need my child Aadli to become one such genuine man)." 

Serious Men is about a "driven underachiever, tortured with his oppressed cultural status" who plans to encash his child's recently discovered acclaim as a kid virtuoso to improve his family's fortunes. It likewise includes Aakshath Das, Shweta Basu Prasad and Nassar, and newcomer Indira Tiwari.

Nawazuddin on "Serious Men" told the media, “This is my third project with Netflix and returning to the streaming service always feels like homecoming. I am excited about this film as I waited almost 20 years to work with Sudhir Mishra. It’s a dream come true. I can’t wait for the audience to watch Serious Men and join this journey with me, this Gandhi Jayanti.”

Nawazuddin has regularly said that "Serious Men" satisfied his long term old wish. Not long ago, Nawazuddin had tweeted a Hindi note which stated,  “In the year 2000, when the film Calcutta Mail was being shot, an assistant director promised to introduce me to the film’s director, Sudhir Mishra. He told me, ‘Come to the set but come close only when I raise my hand.’ As promised, I reached the set and waited in the crowd, waiting for the assistant director to raise his hand so I could rush to meet Mishra ji. After around an hour, the assistant director raised his hand and I swiftly navigated my way through the crowd and reached his chair. Mishra ji was sitting right next to him. The assistant director saw me and asked, ‘What is it?’ I replied, ‘You raised your hand, so I came.’ He said, ‘I raised my hand to scratch myself, go back and come only when I raise my hand.”

Earlier in June Taran Adarsh affirmed this by tweeting 

“IT’S OFFICIAL... After #SacredGames, Nawazuddin Siddiqui to play the lead role in Netflix’s upcoming film

#SeriousMen... An adaptation of Manu Joseph’s book #SeriousMen... Directed by Sudhir Mishra...

This will be Nawaz’s second project with Netflix”, he tweeted

Speaking more about it,  Sudhir Mishra,  said that it is an extraordinary story that rotates around the relationship of a dad and child from the Dalit people group. Despite the fact that there is a ton of apprehension in him and the majority of his choices are driven by outrage, he is a dad all things considered.

“What can I say about Nawaz that has already not been said? He is a wonderful actor and I always wanted to work with him. But I had to offer him something interesting because good actors are always attracted to a good script. In Manu Joseph’s ‘Serious Men’, I found one part for him" -   Sudhir Mishra told IANS