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Nawazuddin Siddiqui Hits out At His Ex Girlfriend Sunita Rajwar For Cheap Publicity Stunt

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Nawaduddin Siddiqui Hits Out at His Former Girlfriend

Nawazuddin Siddiqui Hits out At His Former Girlfriend For Cheap Publicity Stunt

Nawazuddin Siddiqui has been in the news for quite some time due to his memoir, An Ordinary Life. After being slammed by her alleged girlfriends namely Sunita Rajwar and Niharika Singh for sharing explicit talk and making fun of their personal relationship with the common friends, Even, Sunita Rajwar had filed a defamation case against Nawaz for ruining her image.
Now, it’s time to Nawaz to slam his girlfriend, who called him a sympathy seeker, and put a long post on Facebook, retaliating Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s claim to have left him because of his poor background. She wrote on her post saying, Even, Nawazuddin Siddiqui had a better status than mine, He owned a home in Mumbai, while I would stay at my friends home. READ | Sridevi Takes MOM to Moscow and Russia By Storm by Her Stunning Look, See Pics
According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, Nawaz has responded to the allegations by Sunita through his lawyer and says that her claims are all for cheap publicity. He also said that he was referring to a different Sunita, in his book.
Sunita Rajwar has rubbished these claims and responded saying, “He is lying that I am not the same Sunita. He himself has given all the evidence in his memoir that says I am the one he is talking about. First, he wrote my name in the book along with National School of Drama, although without a surname, but there was no other Sunita in NSD during our batch. Then he referred to that girl as Pahadi Girl, again there was no other girl from the hills, other than me. Then he also mentioned that the Sunita in his book was a roommate of famous television actress Achint Kaur, because of whose influence she might have left him, so it’s clear as I was sharing accommodation with Achint Kaur.”

 

Sunita Chand Rajwar has appeared in several Bollywood films such as Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti Hoon (2003), Buddha Mar Gaya (2007), Ek Chalis Ki Last Local (2008), Sankat City (2008), The White Elephant (2009), Hiss (2010) and Kafa  (2013).

Here’s the excerpt from the book, which is allegedly about Sunita.

“I was performing in a play in Mumbai which was when I finally had my first romantic relationship. Incidentally, she too happened to be an NSD graduate, though we had never met there. It was very sweet, like rain is after a very long spell of drought. Sunita had fallen madly in love with me. Every day, she would come over, hang out at my house in Mira Road and scrawl our names in tiny font all over the wall. You remember those old-fashioned hearts with the names of lovers in it, sometimes with an arrow across it, sometimes without? Her doodles were something like that.
It seemed to my roommates that every day she covered one wall with her art of love. We saw each other for about a year and a half. She was a Pahari girl. Then she went off on a holiday to her hometown in the hills to see her folks. When she returned, Sunita would not take any of my calls. And when she did, at last, I was flabbergasted. After such a deep, passionate love, she simply said, ‘Nawaz, you focus on your career. And I will focus on my career.’ She cut off all contact after that and I plunged into another deep, deep depression. READ | Nawazuddin Siddiqui Apologized For Disclosing Secrets, In Biography
I took a bucket of fresh white paint and began to replace her artwork on my walls with the blank canvas that they were before. With every brush-stroke, I tried to erase her off my heart as well. But, of course, the brush refused to do double duty and erased only the marks on the walls, not the scars on my heart.

Nawaduddin Siddiqui Hits Out at His Former Girlfriend

“Living in Mira Road meant that the local train was our lifeline. We were at the station almost all the time. Soon after her call, one day I was at the station and stood there staring at the tracks. A train was coming, screaming its arrival with a lusty horn. It would be simple and instant. Should I jump on to the tracks and end it all? End this struggle, end this life? I had nothing. No love, no work, no money. But some being woke up in me and gave me a metaphorical slap. ‘You know this is not your department,’ the voice in my head said. ‘Then why? Why did you go that way? Why!’ it screamed at me.
The train sped away, screaming pompously, cutting through the air. Simultaneously, I cut off my emotions like doctors sever an umbilical cord. I decided that I would never again be emotional in any relationship. And I kept my word. Never again did I allow myself to be vulnerable like that again, not even with my wife. Yet it was important to analyse what had happened. My exgirlfriend’s flatmate was an attractive, modern and flamboyant actress called Achint Kaur who was quite popular at the time. I concluded that the only explanation for Sunita’s abrupt goodbye was Kaur’s influence. She must have advised her that for the sake of her career, Sunita should probably date someone successful, not a struggling, desperate actor who was out of work.”

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