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Nawazuddin Siddiqui reveals his religion and he endeavors to strike at the heart of secularism and make an enthusiastic interest to the viewer. The performing artist shared the video on Twitter on Monday . Nawazuddin Siddiqui is here with an intense slam into video which reflects him being partially belonging to different religions of the world. This he claims, is his DNA test result! He has separated himself, among six of them and it is advancing such a solid message for us! The opportunity has already come and gone that we transcend religions and focus on our work and obligations. To not getting pulled around the religious barriers and standing unitedly, in differing qualities! Nawazuddin is an effective man, he is the Manjhi, he assumes his part so well that children get scared on seeing him play a villain

The video begins with him introducing himself in regular garments, holding up a placard that reads “Hi, I am Nawazuddin Siddiqui.” The following one reads ”I had completed my DNA test and when the report came in, I found that I am…”. He is then wearing white kurta pyjama with a saffron cloth behind him and a vermillion on his forehead. He now holds the placard that reads ‘16.66% Hindu’.

At that point wearing a dark bandhgala with a white karakul, with a placard that says ‘16.66% Muslim’.

Nawaz then wears the robes of individual from the church with a cross around his neck and the placard peruses ‘16.66% Christian.’

At that point he wears a red turban with thick mustache and the placard reads ‘16.66% Sikh.’

He then wears a Buddhist monk’s robes and the placard says ‘16.66% Buddhist.’

At last, he says that when he ‘discovered his soul’, he found that he is ‘100% artist’.

The video is by all accounts Nawaz’s own particular manner of weighing on the national level headed discussion seething on secularism in the nation. Nawaz is as of now taking a shot at four projects. He will star in Munna Michael, Manto, Mom and Babumoshai Bandookbaaz.

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