Keen about the scenic great thing about Arunachal Pradesh, actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui who just lately visited the state to grace the Reh Competition at Anini in Dibang Valley district, promised to shoot his subsequent movie within the state.
Siddiqui mentioned that he discovered about the great thing about the state from Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Pema Khandu’s tweet.
“I came to know about Arunachal Pradesh, its natural beauty and the colourful people only from his (Khandu’s) tweets. He is the best promoter and advertiser of the state,” Nawazuddin mentioned.
“My next film which is in the script stage now was initially planned to be shot in Garhwal, but now I have changed my decision to this Himalayan state now,” he added.
“You will not know but I will tell you. Nowhere in the country have I ever seen such glowing, positive and serene faces. Arunachalees are blessed and you must be proud of it,” he mentioned.
The actor additionally took to Twitter to share his experiences within the state, he wrote: “It ws a lifetime moment celebrating #REH Festival & knowing d rare & beautiful form of art in d mesmerising Valley of Dibang in #Anini wid d energetic & dashing CM @PemaKhanduBJP It ws n honor to spend 2 days wid u & witness ur love & care 4 ur people like an elder brother.”
It ws a lifetime second celebrating #REH Competition & realizing d uncommon & stunning type of artwork in d mesmerising Valley of Dibang in #Anini wid d energetic & dashing CM @PemaKhanduBJP
It ws n honor to spend 2 days wid u & witness ur love & care four ur individuals like an elder brother. pic.twitter.com/QMaJFsakkI
— Nawazuddin Siddiqui (@Nawazuddin_S) February 5, 2020
The actor mentioned that travelling to Anini from Dibrugarh reminded him of the Samuel Beckett play “Waiting for Godot”. “All through the 12-14 hours journey I felt like ‘abhi aa jayega, abhi aa jayega’ but kuch aa hi nahi raha tha.”
Siddiqui additionally mentioned that each one the troubles and tiredness flew away when he noticed the glowing faces of the individuals ready for him.
It’s to be talked about that Pema Khandu grew to become the primary Chief Minister ever to journey all the best way by highway to Anini, headquarters of Dibang Valley district, from Itanagar to affix the Mishmi group in celebrating the 52nd central Reh pageant on February 1.
(With Inputs From The Sentinel)