Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Dream Bungalow Took 3 Years To Complete, He Names It After His Father [Photos]

Bollywood actor, Nawazuddin Siddiqui build his palatial bungalow in Mumbai. He named it after his father, Nawab. Details inside!


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Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Dream Bungalow Took 3 Years To Complete, He Names It After His Father [Photos]

Nawazuddin Siddiqui is a prominent name in Bollywood, not only for his impeccable acting but also for his simple life and humble background. He has proved his mettle in acting in countless films like Black Friday, The Lunchbox, Manto, and many more. The NSD graduate, Nawazuddin is one of the few celebs in India, who had always prefered to stay away from the limelight. However, time and again, he had hit the headlines for his personal life.

For the unversed, Nawazuddin Siddiqui had married his ex-girlfriend, Aaliya after a broken marriage in the year 2009. The couple is blessed with two children, Shaura Siddiqui and Yaani Siddiqui. However, things did not go down well between the duo, and they had started living separately. While the news of his divorce was doing the rounds in the media, Aaliya had changed her mind in the first half of 2021 as she had withdrawn her plea for divorce. 

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui's rags to riches story is known to all. Now, as per reports, the Sacred Games actor turned into an interior designer for his dream home in Mumbai. After completing a decade in the Indian film industry, the actor finally managed to build a paradise for himself in the city of dreams. It took Nawaz three years to renovate the bungalow, which is said to be inspired by his old house in his hometown, Budhana.

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Nawazuddin had renovated the bungalow himself to get the perfect look of the house just as he wants. The palatial house boasts of a lavish verandah, white exteriors and a huge terrace. The actor named his bungalow ‘Nawab’, in remembrance of his father. Reportedly, Nawaz's bungalow is next to Shah Rukh Khan's bungalow, Mannat.

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Nawazuddin home

Earlier this year, Nawazuddin Siddiqui's marital life had hit the headlines as his estranged wife, Aaliya, had sent him a divorce notice. However, after reversing their decision to part ways, Nawazuddin had revealed in an interview with The Times Of India that they are reconciling for the sake of their children. He had said:

"I don’t let negativity and hatred get to me. She is still the mother of my children, and we have shared a decade of our life together. I will always support her no matter what. Mera farz banta hai ke main unka khayal rakhu. Aaliya and I are not on the same page, we may not agree with each other, but our children have always been my priority."

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In 2017, the Gangs of Wasseypur fame, Nawazuddin Siddiqui had made the headlines for his, An Ordinary Life, A Memoir, co-authored by Rituparna Chatterjee. Nawazuddin's biography had detailed chronicles of everything about his life, personal life as well as his struggling journey to fame. The memoir had given his fans a sneak-peek into his yet untapped life, especially his personal and the one he had lived before becoming a prominent name in the industry.


On the work front, Nawazuddin will be next seen in the movies, Jogira Sara Ra Ra, Bole Chudiyan and Heropanti 2.

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