Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Wife Aaliya Siddiqui Flipped 2023

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Wife Aaliya Siddiqui update

For the past few months, Nawaz and his wife Aaliya have been constantly accusing each other. Now once again Aaliya has written a special note for Nawaz.

Mumbai – Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and his wife Aaliya Siddiqui have been in the news ever since their separation. Both Nawaz’s children are currently living with Aaliya. Nawaz prefers to keep his family disputes away from the foursome, so he doesn’t talk much about those matters in public. But his wife is giving information on social media from time to time about their family dispute. Now once again she has written a special letter for Nawaz.

Aaliya Siddiqui wrote a letter to her husband Nawazuddin on Instagram, in which she said, ‘Hello Nawaz….. Nawaz, this letter is for you, I have heard and read many places that life is about moving forward. I will forget everything that happened between us in the last few months, I believe in God, I will forgive my mistakes by his inspiration and I will forgive your mistakes and try to make the future better. Being stuck in the past is nothing less than being stuck in a maze. So let’s leave this past behind and promise not to repeat such mistakes and build the future of children..’

‘My God tells me’

She further wrote, ‘You are a good father and hope you continue to fulfill all the duties of being a good father. Let’s do our best to give children a better and better future. All my fight was only for my children. Seeing the size of the smile on his face made all my anger and worry melt away. Nawaz, we have spent a long time together, seen many ups and downs in life and we have won in all situations.

That’s why I hope you take your career to a much higher level now. I pray to my God to bless you for new heights of success. The past few years have given a different direction to my way of thinking and understanding. My God has always taught me to be a better person.

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‘I will take back all those hairs,’

Aaliya wrote, ‘With God’s strength and guidance I am taking all those hairs back. I don’t need financial help from you and I don’t expect anything from you. If God has given me this life, He will surely show me the way to live in the future. My actions will help me decide on a better future for myself. The only thing is that I want to sell you and my share in my house and fulfill the promises made to people by paying money during my film production.

Because the man inside me does not allow me to be dishonest with anyone. That’s why I want to be free by paying them. In the end, I just pray that you stay healthy, your family stays healthy and you take good care of your children too, this is the only prayer. We may not make good husbands and wives, but hopefully, we will make good parents.

At the end, Aaliya wrote that now let’s forgive each other for what happened in life and move forward on the path of life. May you always be happy. Aaliya!’

Who is Aaliya Siddiqui

Aaliya Siddiqui is the ex-wife of famous Indian actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui. She was born on April 18, 1977, in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, Aaliya belongs to a Hindu Brahmin family. Aaliya’s father’s name is Kishor Pandey and her mother’s name is unknown.

The couple tied the knot on March 17, 2010, and had two children together, Yaani and Shora. However, the couple parted ways in 2020 during the lockdown.

Aaliya Siddiqui is a graduate and has worked in the production of films like Laxman Rekha and Holy Cow, which were released in 2022.

Recently, Aaliya and Nawazuddin Siddiqui have been involved in a legal dispute, with Aaliya making certain allegations against her ex-husband. In response, Nawazuddin denied all allegations and shared a statement on social media, mentioning that he has been quiet about the matter to protect his children from the negative effects of the controversy. He also clarified that he and Aaliya have been divorced for quite some time.

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