‘Someone Is F&**%G Around With My Page,’ Exclaims Nausheen Ali Sardar After Wikipedia Changes Her Age To 52- EXCLUSIVE

Nausheen Ali Sardar is not very happy. After Wikipedia changed her marital status to married and then corrected it, now the page reads her age as 52-year-old

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‘Someone Is F&**%G Around With My Page,’ Exclaims Nausheen Ali Sardar After Wikipedia Changes Her Age To 52- EXCLUSIVE
If someone is really furious right now, it is Nausheen Ali Sardar. A few days back, we told you hw Nausheen’s Wikipedia page showed her marital status as Married, in spite of actress being unmarried. However, 2 hours after our story, we noticed that the correction was made and the status showed unmarried again.

Now, this morning, Nausheen woke up to find another error on her page. The actress’  age reflected as  52-year-old according to Wikipedia. 

Nausheen

Nausheen messaged us about the goof-up and said, “Someone is f#@*$*%g around with my Wikipedia. From 1983 they have changed it to 1968. If I look like I look now and am 52, the beauty industry would pay me in millions to know my secret (laughs).”

Nausheen

Well, looks like Nausheen’s trouble with Wikipedia are just not ending.

For those who’ve come in late, the first time when Wikipedia screwed up with actress’ marital status, she had told us, “It has been a few months since Wikipedia labelled me as a married woman. How can they do that? Aren't they supposed to be a creditable source stop for the right information? I kept quiet thinking it will be changed but now fans are asking me that when I tied the knot. This work of fake information is highly embarrassing to me and I condemn it very strongly."

Nausheen

And as soon as the correction was made, Nausheen in a happy tone shared the news with us and had said, "Wow, your story had an effect, so soon. Wikipedia has rectified my marital status."


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