nawazuddin siddiqui controversial book withdraw
Nawazuddin siddiqui controversial book bans hard talk. The book has got so much criticism just in days after it has released.
The Bollywood actor has described his relationships with several women without their permission in his book. Therefore, the book has to face criticism.
He released his book “An Ordinary Life” on 16 Oct, 2017.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui has mentioned his alleged relation with one of his co-stars, Niharika Singh. However, he said, “She broke off the relationship because he was struggler at that time”.
In addition to it, Nawazuddin siddiqui controversial book also mentioned the actor’s first girlfriend. That lady accused him of “extraordinary lies”. She passed this comment on her facebook account.
Similarly, Niharika singh replied, “None of what he has written has been with my knowledge, let alone my consent”.
Furthermore Niharika singh said, “I did not leave you because you were poor, but because of your poor way of thinking”.
So long as the time is passing by, the book has to face more and more criticism. Because of this, Nawazuddin siddiqui decided to make an excuse.
Finally, Nawazuddin apologized on social media for the controversies in his book. However, he did not apologize to anybody personally.
He wrote on his Facebook and Twitter accounts as follow. “I am apologizing to everyone whose sentiments are hurt because of the chaos around my memoir, “An Ordinary Life”. I hereby regret and decide to withdraw my book”.
nawazuddin siddiqui controversial book withdraw
Here is what he described about some of women in his life. First of all he speaks about his first girlfriend Sunita Rajwar.
“I was performing in a play in Mumbai which was when I finally had my first romantic relationship. Sunita had fallen madly in love with me. Every day, she would come over, hand out at my house in Mira Road and scrawl our names in tiny font all over the wall..”.
Similarly, he writes, “You remember those old-fashioned hearts with the names of lovers in it, sometimes with an arrow across it, sometimes without?”
However, he got broke off in these words, “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, she simply said, ‘Nawaz, you focus on your career. And I will focus on my career”.
. Nawazuddin Siddiqui on one-night stand with a waitress in New York
“Those years between 2006 and 2010 were pretty incredible too. The industry had begun to notice me… Strangely, the West was kinder to me first, both in terms of love and work… I was at a cafe once with my friend in New York City’s Soho area. The stunning waitress kept staring at me… ‘You? You are an actor?’ she asked a rhetorical question. ‘Yes!’ I replied. ‘Which film of mine did you see? Gangs of Wasseypur?’ She squinted, trying to remember, ‘No, no,’ she said. ‘Another film!’ After a few moments, she responded: ‘Lunchbox!’ We got talking and let’s just say what happens in New York stays in New York…”
Nawazuddin Siddiqui on his relationship with Suzzane, a girl from New York
“Suzanne: a lovely, dear Jewish girl from New Jersey, who lived in New York City. We met there and hit it off. She came to Mumbai and began to live with me… Every few months, she kept extending her visa… The shooting of Miss Lovely commenced. Suzanne used to accompany me there. Then came the day when her visa expired and she needed to return to New York to sort it out. She was gone for many months.”
Nawazuddin Siddiqui on his relationship with Niharika Singh
“For the very first time I went to Niharika’s house… When she opened the door, revealing a glimpse of the house, I was speechless with amazement. A hundred, or so it seemed, little candles flickered beautifully. She wore soft faux fur, looking devastatingly gorgeous, her beauty illuminated even more in the candlelight. And I, being the lusty village bumpkin that I am, scooped her up in my arms and headed straight for the bedroom. We made passionate love. And just like that, out of the blue, I began a relationship with Niharika Singh, a relationship which I did not know then would last for almost one and a half years.”
Meantime, emails from Suzanne started coming. ‘Why are you not mailing me, Nawaz? What’s wrong?’ I did not respond… I trusted my silence would convey what needed to be conveyed. When I was checking my inbox one day, Niharika happened to see one of her emails. ‘Who is this?’ she inquired. ‘You know very well who it is,’ I said. ‘It’s Suzanne.’ ‘Wo-ow! It’s still going on between you two! Amazing!’ Niharika thundered in anger. ‘It is wrong. I hope you know that…”
Similarly, “From that day, Niharika began to send emails to Suzanne from my email address. She would type, ‘I cannot continue with you …’ and sign off as me. Imagine the shock for Suzanne. She would send heartbreaking replies… After a few of these email exchanges, Suzanne figured that this was not my voice at all. ‘Who is this writing, Nawaz? I know this is not you… Who is she? Who is this b***h?’ ‘B***h!’ That word infuriated Niharika so much that she made me end all correspondence with Suzanne forever… I was very sad. Then I thought, so be it, it’s all right, I am with Niharika. My melancholy evaporated quickly.
However, “Niharika was an intelligent girl. Being an actor herself meant that she knew and understood my struggle for work… She would call me in frequent spurts throughout the day demanding to know of my whereabouts. Then, the regularity of the questions felt like being nagged non-stop… There was another piece to this puzzle. Like all girls, Niharika obviously expected some of the sweet conversations that lovers have, to take place between us. But I was quite a selfish b*****d. I had a plain aim: go to her house, make out and leave. I could not talk lovey-dovey too much.