Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife Aaliya revealed that she had warned Nawaz in advance against writing a controversial autobiography as it would ultimately backfire upon him.
Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and his Spouse Aaliya are entrapped in a bitter dispute and after making some statements over the past few days, Aaliya has now spoken about Nawaz’s controversial autobiography that was pulled from the shelves after numerous complaints back in 2017.
In a recently given interview, Aaliya revealed to the media that she had warned Nawaz against writing the autobiography, in which he made alarming personal revelations about both his past relationships and flings, leading the women named in the book to lodge a protest.
“When a person tries to be smart toh woh ulta pad jata hai (being cunning often backfires). If you are truthful then maybe the world would accept you. You wrote about your girlfriend and affairs, I told him not to write about someone’s personal life and we have also fought over it but he believes that at times such things make you ‘mahan’ (great). They don’t make you ‘mahan’ but your character is revealed.”
Aaliya also expressed her concerns over the validity of naming people in the industry saying,
“She is a girl working in the industry, how can you ruin someone’s image with whom you’ve been in a relationship? I have seen his world and have decided to stand for myself. Why should I save his respect when he doesn’t respect anyone. How long will a person suffer? It has been 10 years. What you see is not always the truth, to know him you have to spend time with him, which I have done.”
Aaliya, who has been married to Nawazuddin for over a decade and has 2 children with him, served him divorce papers via email and WhatsApp earlier this month. Aaliya revealed that she was a victim of domestic violence and her self-respect also came in jeopardy in these past years of her married life.