- Aaliya Siddiqui claimed that Nawazuddin has become a 'soft target'
- Nawazuddin was summoned by police for allegedly spying on his wife
- His biography An Ordinary Life: A Memoir, courted controversy in the past
Aaliya claimed that her husband has become a 'soft target' simply because of his celebrity status, "Celebrity hone ke karan, unhein soft target banaya gaya hai...," she wrote in her post. Last week, the Manjhi actor was summoned by the Thane police for allegedly spying on his wife Aaliya and obtaining her CDR (Call Detail Record) through a private detective, reported news agency PTI.
Through her post, Aaliya had also addressed the widespread rumours about the couple - getting a divorce, living separately, etc. "Pichhle kai samay se mere aur Nawaz ke baare mein kai tarah ki baatein media mein aati rahi hain, jinmein divorce se lekar Humaare saath na rahne jaisi kai baate kahi gai lekin kal se jo news circulate ho rahi hai.... wo hum dono ke liye shocking waali rahi...."
Aaliya concluded that her husband is innocent in the CDR controversy and the truth would soon come out. "Rahi baat, CDR se judi iss nai controversy ki to, sachchaai jald sabke saamne aa jayegi. Bas main yahan itna hi kahungi ki Nawaz par lagaaye gaye allegation poori tarah se jhoote aur be-buniyaad hain."
Read her Aaliya Siddique's Facebook post here:
Here's what Nawauddin Siddiqui had posted on Twitter:
Last evening, I was helping my daughter to prepare her school project Hydroelectric Power Generator & went to her school this morning for Project Exhibition.— Nawazuddin Siddiqui (@Nawazuddin_S) March 10, 2018
To my surprise the media had questions about some random allegations on me #Disgustpic.twitter.com/APPaEK373q
In past, Nawazuddin had courted controversy after making some shocking revelations in his biography An Ordinary Life: A Memoir. Nawazuddin is currently prepping up for his role in the biopic Bal Thackeray where he also plays the lead actor.
(With inputs from PTI)
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