FIRST VIDEO INTERVIEW: Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Wife Aaliya Details On How Her Marriage Fell Apart

Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife Aaliya opens a can of worms in-camera for the first time, explaining the chain of events that made her marriage go bust.

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife Aaliya (who now prefers to be called Anjana Kishore Pandey) has opened a can of worms for the past few days, explaining why her marriage has gone kaput. In her first video interview, Aaliya now tells us a lot more about what she underwent in her 11 years of marriage (married in 2009). The lady in question has decided that she will divorce Nawaz as soon as possible.

Aaliya took all the questions bravely. We asked her about how Nawaz’s brother Shamas was interfering in her life, what led to the actor’s other sibling Ayazuddin slap her, whether the children know what Mummy has decided, and of course, who was getting her phone tapped a few years ago…Nawaz or Shamas? What did Nawaz do when Ayaz raised his hand on her? Did he reprimand his brother?


Neither did Aaliya flinch an eyebrow when asked if she would forgive Nawaz if he renders a public apology, or if Nawaz has reached out to her after she went public about their failed marriage.
We also asked Aaliya about what all happened at home when Nawaz wrote about his intimacy with Sunita Rajwar and Niharika Singh. She said she knew girls visited Nawaz when she went outside the four walls of their house. The Raees actor is now living separately in a bungalow, while Aaliya stays with their two children- daughter and son. Aaliya will seek custody of the kids because she feels that they are a responsibility that Nawaz cannot take.

What does Aaliya’s sister think about all this? Did Aaliya ever complain to the police? What eventually made her feel that she should separate from Nawaz, legally? Does she still believe in love?

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