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My relationship with Nawazuddin like master and disciple, says actor Jatin Goswami

The Babumoshai Bandookbaaz actor also says that his character Baanke in the film is 'morally bankrupt'.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Jatin Goswami in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz


Actor Jatin Goswami, who is excited about his upcoming film Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, says his relationship with Nawazuddin Siddiqui is very much like a master and a disciple and that they shared great chemistry in the film.

"The best part of the script is that our connection in the film is more like teacher-disciple relationship. In real life also I am in awe of him. So, that feeling has come out on screen," he said.

He also stated that his chacater, Baanke, in the film is 'morally bankrupt'.

"The characters we (Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Goswami) portray in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz come from the periphery of society where there is no black or white. My character Baanke is morally bankrupt. It was difficult to get into the space where there is no right, no wrong. To explore that space was very exciting and a very freeing experience," Goswami said.

He added that he plays the role of a novice contract killer, "My character is that of a contract killer. He is new in this business. He is very ambitious and focused. In the beginning he is not so good at his work but he wants to make his own place in that business and for that he looks up to Nawazuddin's character who is more experienced and a very simple and friendly human being. He wins trust of people very quickly that is the reason he shares a great bond with Nawaz sir's character in the film."

Earlier, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), headed by former chief  Pahlaj Nihalani, had demanded 48 cuts in Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, giving the film an 'A' certificate. However, it has been cleared by the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT) with 8 minor and voluntary cuts.

Asked whether the controversy had helped the film gain publicity, he said, "Definitely, our film has benefited from the whole CBFC brawl, but I want to make it clear that our film is not only about steamy scenes. These scenes are just a part of this film and the audience will realise it when they will watch the film."

Directed by Kushan Nandy, the film is scheduled to be released on 25 August.