Uorfi Javed comes out in support of Aaliya, says she has faced a similar past
Internet sensation alias Javed has shared Of Nawazuddin Siddiqui The latest video of estranged wife Alia Siddiqui claims that she has been thrown out of her house along with her children. Expressing his concern, Urfi says that Aaliya’s situation is similar to her past.
He shared Aaliyah’s video on his Instagram Stories and captioned it: “Nothing to say, breaks my heart. Kinda reminds me of my days, just sympathy.”
Before this Alia claimed that he was not allowed to enter Nawazuddin’s house. She has shared a video from outside her bungalow standing on the road with her two children, daughter Shora and son Yani.
In the video, she said: “I just came from Nawazuddin’s house and there you can see my daughter who is crying. We were kicked out of his bungalow and told we can’t go in. I understand. I don’t know where to go. With my children, I have only 81 rupees with me, no home to go to and no money.”
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But, after a long time, actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has broken his silence on all the allegations leveled against him by Alia Siddiqui. Their personal life has been in the limelight ever since Alia accused him of molesting her and more recently their children.
Nawazuddin took to his social media handle to write a detailed note and explain the matters from his point of view.
Because of my silence, I am called a bad person everywhere, the reason why I am silent is that all this drama will be read somewhere by my little children. Social media platforms, press and many people are really enjoying my character assassination based on one sided and manipulative videos,” he wrote.
He further wrote, “There are a few points, I would like to express –
1. First of all me and Aaliya have not lived together for many years, we are already divorced but we are definitely sane only for our children.
2. Does anyone know why my children are in India and not going to school for 45 days, in which the school is sending me letters every day that it has been a long time. My children have been held hostage for the past 45 days and are missing their schooling in Dubai…
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