Check out Nawazuddin Siddiqui's wife Aaliya Siddiqui's latest claims

“He was talking to his girlfriend over calls…” – Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife Aaliya Siddiqui on being cheated and being a victim of ‘infidelity’

Ever since the news of Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s separation with wife Aaliya Siddiqui came in the limelight, a lot has changed for Nawazuddin.

Ever since their separation, his wife Aaliya Siddiqui has put forward quite many number of allegations against Nawazuddin.

And now, the latest set of allegations will surprise and shock you even more.

As per reports in Hindustan Times, in an interview with Pink Villa, Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife was quoted as saying,

“I remember it very clearly that even when we were dating and were about to get married, he was already in a relationship with someone else. We used to fight a lot before and after marriage as well. When I was pregnant, I had to drive all by myself for check-ups. My doctor used to tell me that I’m mad and I’m the first lady who’s come alone for delivery. My labour pain started and Nawaz and his parents were there. But when I was in pain, my husband is not with me. He was talking to his girlfriend on calls. I knew everything because there used to be itemised statement of phone bills.”

She further alleged,

“Shamas gave the phone bills to me. He used to talk to girls for three-four years. I have stayed with him for six years and he didn’t have the emotion even when I was going through my first delivery. These were the small reasons why I decided to leave him. After delivery when I came home, I’m told that there are girls who have stayed at my place when I wasn’t there. I used to get know about all his relationships from his own brother. He used to share all his private details. He used to tell me, ‘chhat pe dekh ke aao tum (check the roof)’. I couldn’t tell Nawaz that Shamas told me all this. But we would keep fighting.”

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