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Nawazuddin Siddiqui's wife Alia sends divorce notice, explains why

Bollywood's famous actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui is well known for his films and acting.  But recently there has been a shocking news related to him.  His wife Alia Siddiqui has sent him a legal notice of divorce asking for alim…




Bollywood's famous actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui is well known for his films and acting.  But recently there has been a shocking news related to him.  His wife Alia Siddiqui has sent him a legal notice of divorce asking for alimony and divorce.  Alia (Anjali) lawyer Abhay Sahai said that due to the speed post facility not being available during the Corona virus epidemic, Nawazuddin was sent this notice via e-mail and WhatsApp on 7 May.  He told that the actor's reply is yet to be received on this notice.

Sahay, the lawyer for Nawazuddin Siddiqui's wife Alia (Aaliya Siddiqui), told PTI-language over phone on Monday, "Our client, Mrs Siddiqui has also sent notice through WhatsApp. However, no response from Nawazuddin yet  Has been received. The notice calls for alimony and a divorce. "  Sahai said that he cannot say much on the divorce notice but the allegations against the actor and his family are serious.  Please tell that Nawazuddin and Alia married in 2009 and have two children.  Earlier, Nawazuddin was married to Sheeba and this marital affair lasted for a very short time.

 At the same time, 45-year-old actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has currently moved from Mumbai to Budhana in Uttar Pradesh on May 12 with his family.  Muzaffarnagar Superintendent of Police (Rural) Nepal Singh said that Siddiqui reached his native place of residence with his family on Saturday after taking the necessary permission from the authorities of Maharashtra.  The actor and his family were investigated for Kovid-19 and the report also came up negative. At the same time, Nawazuddin Siddiqui tweeted last day, "Due to the recent death of my younger sister, my 71-year-old mother was twice  There have been seizures of restlessness. We have followed all the guidelines set by the state government. We are living separately in Budhana, our home town. Please stay home, stay safe. "

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