Nawazuddin Siddiqui interacted with the students of Whistling Woods International (WWI) as a part of the 5th Veda cultural hub. He shared his experiences and journey of becoming a successful actor. The versatile artist was warmly welcomed by the students to an interactive session, where he talked about the importance of being an ‘educated actor rather than just being a talented one.’ Talking about his journey, he also mentioned that he had practised acting for almost 6-7 years and watched over 100 plays, even before he became an actor himself. He also highlighted the differences in acting for a movie and acting in a play. The highlight of the evening was the tribute paid to the Freaky Ali actor by the students of Whistling Woods International, who showcased their acting skills and were appreciated for their efforts and talents by the renowned actor himself.