Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife Aaliya has sent notice to the actor demanding divorce and maintenance. Ever since the news made headlines, Aaliya has been quite vocal about it. Nawaz’s wife in her interviews clearly mentioned that the problems between them started soon after their marriage, which happened almost a decade ago. Aaliya went on to say that there are no chances of reconciliation between the two and wants the sole custody of their kids- daughter Shora and son Yaani. After a few days of Aaliya’s divorce notice to the Manjhi actor, Aaliya is in news for her relationship.
According to a latest report in Mid-Day, Aaliya, who has gone back to her original name Anjana Kishor Pandey, is in news for her growing closeness with Peeyush Pandey, former business head of Viacom’s spotlight section. Well, that’s not all, the tabloid report also states that Aaliya aka Anjana’s WhatsApp display pictures also features her with rumoured close friend Peeyush. Aaliya met Peeyush through husband Nawaz, who was to him. Seems like it’s a new beginning for someone.
She told Bombay Times, “Two months of lockdown gave me a lot of time to introspect. Self-respect is extremely important in a marriage. Woh meri khatam ho chuki thi, I didn’t have that. I was made to feel like a nobody, I always felt alone. His brother Shamas was also an issue. I have gone back to my original name, Anjali Kishor Pandey. I don’t want to be reminded that I am using someone’s identity for my benefit.”
She further added, “I want to go with the flow. I haven’t thought much about the future, but I don’t want this marriage anymore. There are no chances of reconciliation. I have raised them (kids) and I want their custody.” (ALSO READ: Amid Nawazuddin's Divorce News, Here's A Look At His Colourful Love Life: One Night Stand In NY To Being Called 'A Sexually Repressed Man')
Images Source: newsjiffy.com
They say the best things in life are free! India’s favourite music channels 9XM, 9X Jalwa, 9X Jhakaas, 9X Tashan, 9XO are available Free-To-Air. Make a request for these channels from your Cable, DTH or HITS operator.