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Naseeruddin Shah


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Naseeruddin Shah (born 20 July 1950) is an Indian film actor and director. He is widely considered to be one of the finest Indian stage and film actors. He is an influential actor of the Indian Parallel (New Wave) Cinema.

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"I felt that he was the star of Munna Bhai MBBS (2003) as the way he (Arshad) supported the main character (Sanjay Dutt) was superb. I was impressed that he didn’t upstage the main actor, who couldn’t dance at all," Naseeruddin Shah said.

Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah’s scathing remarks about actor Farhan Akhtar’s depiction of athlete Milkha Singh in the biopic, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (BMB), have left Akhtar’s supporters up-in-arms.

Lead actors Naseeruddin Shah and Irrfan Khan who are eagerly awaiting the shoot to kickstart for their upcoming Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro 2 will have to wait for a while.
The much awaited announcement of the Indian Panorama bouquet for IIFI GOA 2013 has been declared. And The life changing film, Coffin Maker, starring legend Nasseruddin Shah, Randeep Hooda, Ratna Shah was in the forefront of the short listed film for the prestigious panorama section.
Actor Naseeruddin Shah will be next seen in Dedh Ishqiya, the sequel to the 2010 hit film, Ishqiya. Recently, the makers held an event in the city to launch the second trailer of the film.
Farhan's step-mother Shabana Azmi who has worked extensively with Naseer in some of the most influential films of Indian cinema says Naseer's opinion on Farhan's performance and the film are not appreciated.
Veteran actors and brothers-in-law Naseeruddin Shah and Pankaj Kapoor have been approached by young director Nitin Chandra to work together for the first time for his upcoming film Company Ustad.
This year, the Christmas weekend has become a must have slot for several film-makers. Among those who want to release their films during the end-of-year festive period are Anurag Kashyap with Bombay Velvet (BV) and Aamir Khan with P.K.
Even though Naseeruddin Shah has expressed strongly that Masoom (1983) won’t work in today’s times, Bengali film-maker Parthasarathi Joardar plans to remake the film.
Naseeruddin Shah has revealed that he prefers working with inexperienced, but passionate directors than the ones who have lost the spark for filmmaking.