Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui grabbed the headline for this infamous controversy with his wife Aaliya. From accusing him of infidelity to calling him out for ‘throwing’ her and their kids out of the house, Aaliya made serious allegations about the actor. Now, Nawazuddin Siddiqui finally spoke about the controversy with his wife Aaliyah during an exclusive interview with Bollywood Bubble.
Nawazuddin speaks about people’s perception…
When asked if silence has been considered to be the acceptance of the guilt. The Kick actor said, “Ye log pata nahi kya kya maan lenge. Agar logo ke maane par chaloge toh apna bhool jaaoge, isliye apne ko nahi bhoolna hai. Log aaj ye maan rahe hai kal kuch aur maanege. So aap apne instinct pe, aapke thought pe chalna chahiye, I think sabse truthful woi hai. Dekhiye agar koi sach hai, toh wo sach sach rahega. Logon ke kehenese kuch nahi ho sakta hai.”
Nawazuddin on how he dealt with the controversy:
He was asked how he dealt with the situation and Nawaz said, “Har cheez ko deal karne ka ek hi tareeka hai ki aap uss baare mein baat na kare jaise main apni family ke baare mein koi baat nahi karta. Sirf ek hi cheez tha ki mere bacche ache school jaaye aur aaj wo school jaa rahe hai and they’re enjoying their studies and I am happy. That’s the only thing I wanted.”
Watch the full interview of Nawazuddin here:
For the unversed, in March, the Sacred Games actor released an official statement on his Instagram, refuting all the allegations. He even claimed that they have been ‘already divorced’.
Nawazuddin also explained the reason behind his silence and wrote, “I am termed as a bad guy everywhere because of my silence. The reason I have kept quiet is because all this tamasha will somewhere be read by my small children. Social Media Platforms, Press & A bunch of people are really enjoying my character assassination on the basis of one sided & manipulated videos.”
Nawazuddin Siddiqui got married to Aaliya in 2010 and has two children. She is Nawazuddin’s second wife; however, now, the two have been separated.