One of the most celebrated authors, Paulo Coelho recommended the Netflix T.V series Sacred Games. He used his twitter handle to share the series with his followers. Paulo Coelho is the author of the best-selling book “The Alchemist”. The book is regarded in the top 100 books of all time and top 10 books to read before you die.
Sacred Games is the Netflix TV series based on the book with the same name by Vikram Chandra. The series stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Saif Ali Khan. He also praised the acting skills of Nawaz and admired his talent. He shared the link of the series with a little note of appreciation for Nawaz. This is what his twitter post reads.
— Paulo Coelho (@paulocoelho) September 13, 2019
It was also a fan moment for Nawazuddin Siddiqui who has read a couple of books of Paulo Coelho. He also admired and praised his books along with thanks for recognising his talent. The name Paulo Coelho matters a lot in the literary world. Nawaz also responded to him with a retweet of the tweet of Paulo. He also added a short message of thanks for him. You can read his tweet here.
Sir @paulocoelho I hv read ur books The Alchemist & also watched d film 'Veronika decides to Die' based on ur novel I hv always been an ardent fan of ur writing & it's an honour 2 be noticed & mentioned by someone like you I don't have words to describe the feeling
Thank You ? https://t.co/wNyhg5ltog
— Nawazuddin Siddiqui (@Nawazuddin_S) September 14, 2019
Paulo also replied to his retweet with a comment saying “I watched several movies of yours, including Thackeray and Manto. Congratulations from the bottom of my heart”.
On a comment on Paulo’s tweet where a fan suggested him to watch Gangs of Wasseypur, he replied that he has already watched the series. This is how his comment reads. “Already saw it. I am currently a Bollywood fanatic (except for these movies with video clips inserted )”
A tweet of Paulo Coelho matters a lot and many Bollywood personalities are congratulating Nawaz for what he has achieved. it seems like the Bollywood
and Indian cinema is stepping out of the country as well.