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Nawazuddin Siddiqui finally breaks the silence over his wife Aaliya’s accusations

Bollywood actor and his wife case is getting uglier with each passing day.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui has finally broken the silence over his wife Aaliya’s accusations!

In a statement posted from his Twitter account, Bollywood actor Siddiqui alleged that his children were being held hostage by their mother, Aliya, and had not been sent to school for the last 45 days.

“Does anyone know why my kids are in India and not attending schools for 45 days, wherein the school is sending me letters every day that it’s been too long an absence? My kids have been made hostage for the past 45 days and are missing their schooling in Dubai,” he wrote.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui further went on to address the allegation slapped by his wife that he had refused to pay child support and criticized her for blackmailing him for more money in the past.

The statement from the Sacred Games star added:

“She had abandoned the kids in Dubai for the last four months before calling them here on the pretext of demanding money. On average, she is being paid approx 10 lakhs per month for the past two years and 5 to 7 lakhs per month before moving to Dubai with my children, excluding the school fees, medical, travel and other leisure activities. I have also financed her three films costing me crores of rupees, just to help her set up her income stream since she is the mother of my kids. She was given luxurious cars for my kids, but she sold them and spent the money on herself. I have also bought a lavish sea-facing apartment in Versova, Mumbai for my children. Aaliya was made the co-owner of the said apartment as my kids are small. I have given my children a rented apartment in Dubai, where she was also living comfortably. She only wants more money and hence has filed numerous cases against me and my mother. It’s her routine, she has done the same in the past too and withdraws the case when paid as per her demand.”



“Whenever my children came to India during their vacation, they used to stay with their grandmother only. How could anyone throw them out of the house? I myself was not in the house during that time. Why didn’t she make a video of being thrown out, whereas she makes a video of every random thing? She has dragged the kids into this drama and she is doing all this to simply blackmail me, malign my reputation, her intent to spoil my career and fulfil her illegitimate demands,” Siddiqui said.

He concluded the statement by maintaining that he loved his two children, and would go to any length in order to secure their well-being and safety:

“Any parent on this planet will never want their kids to miss out on their studies or hamper their future, they will always try to give their best of the best possible things. Whatever I am earning today is all for both of my kids and no person can change this. I love Shora and Yani and I will go to any extent to secure their well-being and their future. I have won all the cases so far and will continue to place my faith in the judiciary. Love is not to hold one back, but to let one fly in the right direction.”

Last week Aliya accused Siddiqui of abandonment in a video uploaded on Instagram and their two children in the streets and revealed that they had been left on the road by their own father without any financial expenses or a place to go.

“This is the truth of Nawazuddin Siddiqui,” she captioned the video post adding,“Who did not even spare his own innocent children..when after being in the house for 40 days I stepped out as office bearers at Versova police station called me urgently..but when I went back to the house with my children Nawazuddin Siddiqui had deputed a number of guards to not let us in.. me and my children were bruetly left by this man to be on the road.. my daughter could not believe that her own father can do this to her and was howling and crying on the road.”


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