The video of Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife, producer Aaliya Siddiqui, locking him out of his own bungalow has sparked a strong reaction from actor Kangana Ranaut, with whom she co-starred in the film Tiku Weds Sheru. Aaliya Siddiqui received harsh words from Kangana for degrading her husband in public.
She reposted the video uploaded by Aaliya and wrote in a series of Instagram stories, “Itna dukh ho raha hai ye sab dekh ke…nawab saab ko unke ghar ke bahar aise baizzat kiya ja raha hai unhone apna sab Kuch family ko de diya, kai saal rent pe rahe, rickshaw mein TWS ki shoot pe aate the abhi last year toh yeh Banglow liya tha our aab ex wife as gayi isko lene .. so sad.
Kangana added that Nawazuddin’s family has already benefited financially from him. “Nawab saab ne aaj tak jo bhi kamaya tha apne bhaiyo ko de diya,” she wrote. “Ex-wife who he divorced many years ago; they were co-parenting children; she was living in Dubai with children; he even bought her a flat in Mumbai… I never met the ex-wife but suddenly she has taken over the bungalow and is not allowing him to enter, I just saw him standing on the road and she is making videos of such a big star, we were so excited, we did the house warming party in this house together.
Kangana urges to Authorities.
The actor urged the relevant authorities to act as well. She penned, “I want to request concerned authorities she should be sent to her apartment immediately, the one Nawaz sir has bought for her in Everest apartments, and from there she can settle legally whatever her demands are, she can’t bully Nawaz saab’s old mother who is still locked inside the bungalow and waiting for her son and her son the owner of the house who ex-wife isn’t allowing to come inside, they are divorced for many years now she has and she cannot possibly discredit him by recording conversations in secret and releasing them in fragments so that he even hears about them.
The legal dispute between Aaliya Siddiqui and Nawazuddin began when she arrived in Mumbai from Dubai. She asserted that Mehrunisa Siddiqui, the mother of Nawazuddin, had harassed her inside the home and had prevented her from using the restroom or eating.