Nawazuddin Siddiqui on his autobiography: I took names of people and that was my mistake
Nawazuddin Siddiqui who released a memoir, ‘An Ordinary Life’ was one of the most controversial books that managed to upset quite a few. The chapter on his personal life made headlines and following which he decided to withdraw the book altogether.
Talking about his decision to withdraw the book Nawaz said, “The book was of 209 pages and only 4 and a half pages were on relationships. I took names in it and that was my mistake. I shouldn’t have done that that’s why I decided to withdraw.”
“But the rest 204 pages is about how I come from a small town and all the struggles it was about that. I had a lot of wrong thoughts within me and how I transformed was in the book. But ignoring all these things the 4 pages were sensationalized. In that case, I thought let me just withdraw.” He added.
Niharika Singh had accused Nawaz that his book, was “fabricating stories and manipulating a fleeting relationship.” Also, Nawaz’s first girlfriend, Sunita Rajwar called it a bluff.