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A divorce is not a tragedy anymore, but rather the 'restart' button for life. In India, marriages are considered to be a sacred affair as once you say qubool hai then there is no turning back. However, people are not afraid to end things when love falls apart. Nowadays, divorce itself is a big statement and it is one of the hardest decision made by any couple and only brave hearts can really go for it. But things take an ugly turn when a cordial decision turns into a media spat of allegations and accusations. And that's what happened in the life of Bollywood actor, Nawazuddin Siddiqui when his estranged wife, Aaliya Siddiqui had filed for divorce. (Recommend Read: Sushant Singh Rajput's Rumored Girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty Reaches Hospital, Looking Devastated)
Nawazuddin and Aaliya's divorce has turned into a media gimmick as they are ruling the headlines every week with new stances coming in their case. Aaliya has been fighting all the allegations head-on and keeps on sharing her side of the story with the media through her Twitter notes and interviews. Recently, Nawazuddin Siddiqui's brother, Shamas Siddiqui has filed a complaint against her of fraud and criminal breach of trust before the DCP of Mumbai's ZONE 9 and a criminal defamation case at the Magistrates Court.
Recently, in an interview with SpotboyE, Aaliya opened up on the accusation and said, "I don't even have an idea about the case he is talking about. Have come to know about it from you. He is a fraud person and you really think he is capable of giving 2-3 crores to someone. He is just a manager. And let me tell you he is just doing all these things to counter my case. And if he is saying that hundreds of emails have been exchanged, please tell him to prove it. In fact, I have filed a complaint against him and he is doing all this out of that rage." (Also Read: Karan Mehra And Nisha Rawal Celebrate Son, Kavish Mehra's Third Birthday With Peppa Peg-Themed Party)
She further added, "We have a company together named Magic If Films LLP in which Nawaz, Shamas and I are partners. I am still a 25% partner and if I have borrowed any amount for my film from my company, then how is it Shamas' money? He himself is surviving on Nawazudin's money and if I have asked money from my husband and he has transferred as his manager then how can he claim it's his money? I am Nawazudin's wife, why do I have to ask money from a person like him?"
In an interview with The Times of India, Nawazuddin's brother, Shama had talked about Aaliya and had said, "I have known her even before Nawazuddin did. I was the one who introduced them. We have been friends and I never called her bhabhi. When she called me that her film ‘Holy Cow’ has been stuck due to funds, I gave her money with an agreement of Rs 1.30 crore. However, over a course of time I had to transfer more money which now amounts to Rs 2.16 crore. We have had so many email exchanges between us, where I am asking for my money."
For those who don't know, Aaliya had openly talked about her soured relationship Nawazuddin. In an interview with BollywoodLife, Aaliya had revealed how her brother-in-law, Shamas Siddiqui had even hit her once. She had revealed, “He (Nawaz) had never raised his hands on me, but the shouting and arguments had become unbearable. You could say though that only that was left. Yes, but his family has mentally and physically tortured me a lot. His brother had even hit me. His mother and brothers and sisters-in-law used to stay with us only in Mumbai. So, I’ve been bearing a lot for too many years. His first wife had also left him for this reason alone.” (Don't Miss: Shweta Tiwari Gives A Befitting Reply To Estranged Husband, Abhinav Kohli For Harassing Her Daughter)
Well, we hope this game of accusation in Siddiqui family ends soon!
Nawazuddin Siddiqui is not only famous for his impeccable acting, but he's admired by millions of his fans for his humble nature too. That is the reason why he's regarded as one of the biggest stars in the Bollywood right now. However, it seems like the year 2020 is turningRead More