Siddhant Chaturvedi is an actor who has won several accolades with just a single role in his debut in Gully Boy, where he played the character of rapper MC Sher and practically uplifted the Indian underground rap scene with his striking performance. His radiant performance in the film lit up the screens and brought to him immense popularity.
Recently, in an interview with a daily, when asked what is the biggest lesson the actor learned during the lockdown, he shared "I feel more connected to my roots. My parents are happy that I am spending more time with them, which I couldn't in the past few months."
Siddhant further added "Also, I am comfortable in isolation, as this is pretty much what I did before my film came out."
The actor has not only struck awe among the audience's hearts with his performances but he also awe-inspires his audience by sticking to his roots and spending time with his family during the lockdown.
As well all know that patience is not the ability to wait, but the ability to keep a good attitude while waiting, Siddhant does exactly that by staying comfortably patient and productive during the lockdown and inspiring his viewers to do the same.
The actor's upcoming list of films includes Bunty Aur Babli 2 where he will be playing the role of Bunty in the forefront and upcoming film with production house Excel Entertainment and Shakun Batra's next film where he will share the screen with Deepika Padukone and Ananya Panday.
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