Actor Nawazuddin is often in the news for some reason or the other. This time the reason is nothing else but his interview in which the actor talked about caste discrimination in the village. During this interview, Nawazuddin's pain on being a victim of caste system has spilled over. Not only this, the actor has also given his response in the Hathras case.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui told in an interview that he is from a small village in Uttar Pradesh. In my family, my grandmother was from a lower caste. People here and there today do not accept us because of my grandmother.
The actor further told that I am famous that it does not matter to him. Despite his popularity in films, he is not spared. The caste system is deeply entrenched in their veins. They consider it their pride. Sheikh Siddiqui belongs to the upper caste and has nothing to do with those whom he considers inferior to himself. It is still there today. it's very difficult. People can say that there is no caste discrimination. But if the same people travel around, they will know a different truth.
Reacting to the incident in Hathras, Nawazu said, "What is wrong is wrong. Our artist community is also speaking against what happened in Hathras. It is very important to speak. It is a very unfortunate incident. The rape of this girl. And four boys of high caste have been responsible for the death.