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Nawazuddin Siddiqui expresses grief on the demise of his acting guru Valentin Teplyakov!

Nawazuddin Siddiqui has always expressed gratitude towards his Russian drama teacher Valentin Teplyakov who has given him valuable advice

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Global icon Nawazuddin Siddiqui is considered as one of the most critically acclaimed actors of the entertainment industry. With his versatile performances, he has presented remarkable and outstanding characters for the audiences to cherish forever. The exemplary actor has left no stone unturned to win the hearts of viewers across the globe.

Known for adding a sense of realism in every character with his astute acting, Nawazuddin Siddiqui has always expressed gratitude towards his Russian drama teacher Valentin Teplyakov who has given him valuable advice.

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With the news of the demise of Valentin TeplyaKov, Nawazuddin was saddened. Expressing his grief, the actor shared, “Nothing can be more heart-breaking and tragic than the news of the sad demise of my acting guru Valentin Teplyakov. I have always believed him to be amongst the most enlightened ones in the world of acting. He is the man who introduced me to method acting and its techniques. I can’t believe he visited me this year and we had spent such quality time together.”

He added, “Not many are aware of the fact that Valentin Teplyakov has been trained under the guidance of the disciples of Konstantin Stanislavsky – the father of method acting. Moreover, Mr. Teplyakov has been continuing the legacy of training students for years. The only wish I have now is to propagate his thoughts and beliefs, his acting techniques further especially amongst the youth.”

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The actor who has delivered a mind-blowing performance as a Dalit father in ‘Serious Men’ who wants his son to break the stereotype and achieve new heights of success in life, is all set to entertain his ardent viewers with Jaideep Chopra’s Sangeen, Shamaz Nawab’s Bole Chudiyaan and Umesh Shukla’s next production venture – directed by Sejal Shah and penned by Bhavesh Mandalia.

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