Yesterday, the reports of Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife Aaliya seeking divorce emerged on social media. Aaliya has sent a legal notice to Sacred Games actor demanding a divorce and maintenance. The news was confirmed by Aaliya’s lawyer to a newspaper and said that she sent the notice seeking divorce and maintenance, on May 7. Now, Aaliya has opened up on seeking divorce, problems, and custody of their kids.
Aaliya started the conversation saying that the problems started soon after they got married over a decade ago. She also added that she doesn’t want to bring their problems in the public domain. She went on to say that she lost her self-respect in the marriage and was made feel like a nobody. Aaliya also said there are no chances of reconciliation between the two and wants the sole custody of their kids.
She told Bombay Times, “Two months of lockdown gave me a lot of time to introspect. Self-respect is extremely important in a marriage. Woh meri khatam ho chuki thi, I didn’t have that. I was made to feel like a nobody, I always felt alone. His brother Shamas was also an issue. I have gone back to my original name, Anjali Kishor Pandey. I don’t want to be reminded that I am using someone’s identity for my benefit.”
She further added, “I want to go with the flow. I haven’t thought much about the future, but I don’t want this marriage anymore. There are no chances of reconciliation. I have raised them (kids) and I want their custody.” (ALSO READ: Amid Nawazuddin's Divorce News, Here's A Look At His Colourful Love Life: One Night Stand In NY To Being Called 'A Sexually Repressed Man')
Nawaz’s wife Aaliya’s lawyer Abhay told newspaper, “We sent the legal notice to Nawazuddin on May 7, 2020, via email and WhatsApp, as we couldn’t send it through post due to the lockdown. Our client, Mrs Siddiqui, has also sent him the notice, but he hasn’t responded till date. The notice claims maintenance and divorce. I would not like to get into the contents of the notice, as the allegations are serious and sensitive to the Siddiqui family.”
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