Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s book An Ordinary Life: A memoir created quite a stir. The actor’s revelations in his book have hurt many people, especially the women who have been talked about in the book.
Sunita Rajwar and Niharika Singh are the two ladies mentioned in his book as his past love interest, but it is alleged that Babumoshai Bandookbaaz actor disclosed some personal details about his relationship with the two without taking their consent.
His first girlfriend, Sunita Rajwar who is now married initially slammed Nawaz in a long Facebook post where she said that she left him because he discussed their personal stuff with his friends.
She also sent a legal notice to Nawazuddin Siddiqui for revealing unnecessary and private details about her in the book. She also claimed Rs 2 crore from all the members mentioned in the notice for defaming her.
Nawazuddin also withdrew the memoir after it triggered Sunita and his former girlfriend and Miss Lovely co-star Niharika Singh raising objections to their portrayal in the book.
Well now, the actor’s lawyer, Rizwan Siddiquee has decided to counter attack Sunita with a legal notice. He has slammed the actress’ claims as cheap stunts for gaining publicity. He has said that the Sunita mentioned in the book is someone else.
However, 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 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.”