Nawazuddin Siddiqui Opens Up About His Love Affairs in His Biography
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s biography
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s biography ‘An Ordinary Life’ will release on October 25, 2017. Journalist Rituparna Chattergee has helped Nawaz write his book. Apart from the struggles and success of the talented actor, the book also throws light on his love affairs with various girls.
The actor who is knows as a media-shy person has revealed many shocking secrets of his love life. There is very little people know about his personal life except that he is married to Anjali Siddiqui and has two kids. But the actor has poured his heart out in his memoir, ‘An Ordinary Life’. In his biography, he has talked about his girlfriends at length and disclosed that he has dated various girls from an actress to a waitress.
Here are the shocking revelations Nawazuddin made in his memoir:
One-night Stand with a Waitress
While sharing his experience in New York, Nawazuddin said, that he was at a cafe in New York where a waitress was staring at him continuously. After staring at the actor for a few minutes, the waitress asked him whether he is an actor. Confirming that he is an actor, Nawazuddin asked her about the movie she has watched, to which she replied ‘Lunchbox’. Talking about the rest of the night, Nawaz said, “Let’s just say what happens in New York stays in New York, at least in my case. As you can probably guess from the titles of the films, this is a memory that happened way down the line when I had tasted the sweet nectar of success.”
Suicide Thoughts after Breakup with Sunita
Sunita was Nawaz’s first girlfriend with whom he had planned a happy life. He said that the duo met during a play where he got to know that she is also from NSD. Two fell in love deeply. Sunita used to visit Nawaz’s flat and used to write their names on walls every day. But once she went to her hometown, after which she completely stopped talking to Nawazuddin. Throwing light on his relationship with Sunita and thoughts of committing suicide he says in the book, “Living in Mira Road meant that the local train was our lifeline. We were at the station almost all the time. Soon after her call, one day I was at the station and stood there staring at the tracks. A train was coming, screaming its arrival with a lusty horn. It would be simple and instant. Should I jump on to the tracks and end it all? End this struggle, end this life? I had nothing. No love, no work, no money.” Thankfully, sense prevailed at the right moment and he decided that he will never get too emotional in any relationship.
Affair with Suzanne
Nawazuddin Siddiqui once had a serious relationship with a Jewish girl Suzanne whom he wanted to marry. The girl was from New Jersey and lived with Nawaz for almost a year by getting her visa extended. Finally Suzanne’s visa got over and she had to go back to New Jersey. Talking about this broken relationship Nawaz wrote, “Without telling her, I dropped the idea of marriage altogether. The shooting of Miss Lovely commenced. Suzanne used to accompany me there. Then came the day when her visa expired and she needed to return to New York to sort it out. She was gone for many months.”
Relationship with Niharika Singh
In his book, Nawazuddin also talked about his relationship with Miss Lovely co-star Niharika Singh. They had a steamy relationship for one and a half year. While talking about his relationship with Niharika Singh, Nawazuddin called himself a ‘village bumpkin’ and a ‘selfish rascal’ who was just interested in making out with the actress and then leave. Nawazuddin Siddiqui was also in touch with his ex-girlfriend Suzanne Khan when dating Niharika Singh which the later got to know from the emails the actor was getting from his ex-girlfriend. After getting to know about Nawaz’s relationship with Suzanne, Niharika took the matter in her hands and started replying to Suzanne’s mails.
In his books, Nawaz has also talked about his failed marriage and second marriage with Anjali. He has also talked about his fear of getting married and handling Anjali for lifetime.