5 Reasons to Watch Netflix’s Serious Men, the International Emmy nominated film

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui is nominated for the second time at the International Emmy’s 2021 in the category for Best Performance by an Actor for the Netflix film – Serious Men which stole hearts across the globe. Please find below five reasons to watch Serious Men on Netflix ahead of the ceremony. 

Whether it is with impeccable advice or with hard-hitting dialogue, a good story can make all the difference in society and change lives for the better. Serious Men showcases the story of Ayyan Mani, a Tamil Dalit living in Mumbai's slums with his wife and son, represents a modern Indian striving for a better life, even if some of the things he does may not pass strict moral or ethical criteria. Here are 5 reasons to watch Serious Men as the world gears up for the upcoming  International Emmy Award ceremony: 


1. Nawazuddin Siddiqui's gritty performance

From a scene depicting Mani living in a small one-room house with his wife and son to being a personal assistant to an arrogant and decorated Brahmin astronomer, Nawazuddin Siddiqui goes above and beyond in his tremendous performance.


2. Mani and Adi's father-child relationship

'Serious Men' illustrates some of the greatest father-son moments when a common man named Mani wants to provide his only son, Adi, with everything he was deprived of as a child. Nawaz plays that father who defies all odds to give his son the best of everything he can possibly imagine


3. An engaging storyline and an uplifting message

Despite periodic promises of a brighter future, a nation sees Serious Men as a source of hope. Serious Men breaks these myths by telling a satirical tale of the Indian society with discomfiting humour, and gives everyone a satisfying clarity of thought in the form of great storytelling.


4. A Book To Screen
Serious Men is based on Manu Joseph’s début novel  where director Sudhir Mishra perfectly illustrates the complexities of various themes in life and weaves everyone into a wonderful satirical story 


5. Dialogues that are dynamic yet captivating
Nawazuddin Siddiqui's second generation dialogues and life lessons provoke many thoughts and remain entertaining at the same time. 


‘I CAN'T DEAL WITH PRIMITIVE MINDS LIKE YOU’ remained on our tongues for a long time, didn’t it?

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