Nawazuddin Siddiqui on wife Aaliya withdrawing divorce notice: Our children should not suffer because of us
In a recent interview, Nawazuddin Siddiqui has opened up about his wife Aaliya’s decision to halt divorce proceedings against him. Here's what the actor has said.
Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has recently opened up on the news of his wife Aaliya withdrawing divorce notice against him. For the unversed, last year the actor’s wife had filed divorce papers, seeking to end their decade long marriage. Also, in the statements following her legal notice, Aaliya had made several serious allegations against the Gangs of Wasseypur actor and his brother, Shamas. Now, in a recent interview with Bombay Times, Nawazuddin has talked about Aaliya’s decision of not giving him divorce anymore. He said their children must not suffer because of them.
The actor also asserted that he "prefers not to talk about his personal life, and that he has never spoken ill of anyone." He added that "Aaliya is still the mother of his children, and they have shared a decade of our life together. He will always support her no matter what." The leading daily quoted Nawazuddin as saying, “Aaliya and I are not on the same page, we may not agree with each other, but our children have always been my priority. They should not suffer because of us. Relationships have their ups and downs, but that shouldn't affect the children. I want to be a good father.”
Adding to this, the Kick star further mentioned “lately, we have seen so much suffering; if the pandemic can’t change you for the better, nothing will. He’ll always be there for his family.”
Meanwhile, in a recent interview, Aaliya revealed that she saw a completely different side of the Nawazuddin when she was detected with COVID-19 disease. She said that Siddiqui not only looked after their kids but her as well. After observing a change in his behaviour in recent weeks, the star wife has decided to withdraw a divorce notice against the actor.
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