Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife Aaliya Siddiqui, who has now changed her name to Anjana Anand Kishor Pandey had approached Mumbai police and filed a case against Nawazuddin’s brother Shamas. He has been charged for breach of peace, outraging modesty and stalking under sections 503, 354, 354A, 354D & 509 of IPC & sec 66 of IT Act. Now seems like there’s some new twist. Now according to the latest report in Times Of India, Nawaz’s brother and filmmaker Shamas has now filed a fraud and criminal breach of trust complaint before the DCP of Mumbai's ZONE 9 and a criminal defamation case at the Magistrates Court against Aaliya.
Speaking about it he told TOI, Mr Shamas has a different story to portray. In his statement to the portal, he said, “I have not got any response from the police. Whenever I am called, I will give my statement. I have known her even before Nawazuddin did. I was the one who introduced them. We have been friends and I never called her bhabhi. When she called me that her film ‘Holy Cow’ has been stuck due to funds, I gave her money with an agreement of Rs 1.30 crore. However, over a course of time, I had to transfer more money which now amounts to Rs 2.16 crore. We have had so many email exchanges with me asking for my money.”
He further added, “Nawaz Bhai and I have always supported her. I have nothing to do with their divorce case, but now I am being wrongly portrayed.” Shamas advocate even confirmed, “Legal notices were sent to Aaliya in August and September 2019 for siphoning funds and she refused to give accounts. There have been over 100 email exchanges in this regard."
Well, the case seems to get intriguing and let’s see what actor Nawazuddin has to say on these allegations of brother Shamas and wife Aaliya Siddiqui. (ALSO READ: Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Estranged Wife Aaliya Accuses Him Of Humiliating Her In Front Of Manoj Bajpayee; Quashes Her Affair Rumours)
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