Nawazuddin Siddiqui is one of the most talented actors in Bollywood. He has been making headlines for days since his legal battle with his wife continued. a few days ago The actor’s wife has shared a video claiming that their children were thrown out of her mother-in-law’s house and now they have nowhere to go. handle his Instagram, but recent reports indicate that the actor has told the Bombay High Court that he will withdraw his petition for a restraining order if he is allowed to meet his two children.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Petition to the Bombay High Court
According to India Today, Nawazuddin’s lawyer Siddiqui Pradeep Thorat said his children were missing from their school in Dubai and he was unable to track them down. This was the only reason the actor filed a petition. The lawyer added that he did not physically see his children and this was his concern. After the actor meets with his children, he withdraws his petition. On the other hand, lawyer Shikhar Khandelwal, representing Aaliya in the matter, said the petition was unnecessary. Since his client and their two children live in a bungalow owned by Nawaz’s mother, he went on to ask how the actor did not know how the son and his wife stayed at his mother’s bungalow. He also said Nawaz was free to meet with his children, but it was actors who did not meet them. Now the court has agreed with Nawazuddin’s lawyers to see if there will be an amicable agreement.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui claims Aaliya ‘needs more money’
He previously claimed that Aaliya only needed more money. Which is why she filed a lawsuit against him and his mother. Nawazuddin wrote that Aaliya had done the same in the past as well. By withdrawing the case when she received the money according to her needs. He added, “Every time my children come to India for the holidays. They had only been with Grandma. How could anyone drive them out of the house? I wasn’t even in the house at the time. Why didn’t you do it? Video of being thrown out. As she randomly generates videos of everything.”
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