Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Brother Lashes Out At Him Again

Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Brother Lashes Out At Him Again
Bollywood star Nawazuddin Siddiqui's brother, Shamas, criticized the actor and questioned his personal and legal matters related to defamation cases.

In a tweet, Shamas said, "Dear brother, what happened to the 100 crore defamation charges that you have filed against ANI and others?" "What happened to them after you finished? Are you making purchases solely for media attention? Are you attempting to demonstrate that you are worth 100 crores, or are you acting like a child who is bothering everyone? Your worth as a human is zero since everyone around you already knows what a human is worth. Soon you will comprehend, my Hitler Babu."

He further stated, "Pay more attention to the producer's 150 crores, which you have drowned, rather than the 100 crore defamation action. Your weak remarks have caused nine movies to become stuck. You have no value, not even as an actress. implies that Hitler's influence is so strong that you will place blame for anything on others." "You cannot recover my 11 golden years, and now would I cover up your dirty acts now," revealing how Nawaz viewed him as his "Guardian Angel. "It's my fault since I chose to stand up for the truth because of my career. In order to regain my youth and 11 years, I have brought a lawsuit against you at the higher court," he added.

Shamas provided facts about the multiple instances against Nawazuddin Siddiqui in a second attachment. He also disclosed Nawaz's three marriages and his involvement in tax and Ponzi scheme cases.

On March 6, Nawazuddin Siddiqui finally spoke up about the controversy in his personal life.

Aaliya, the actor’s wife, has been posting videos of the difficulties she has encountered while staying at the actor’s bungalow for almost a month.

She recently asserted that Nawazuddin had forced her and the kids out of the house and barred them from entering.

The actor responded to everything for the first time by posting a note on social media with the tagline, “This is not an allegation but expressing my emotions.”

In a lengthy Instagram post explaining everything, the actor wrote:
“I am viewed as a bad guy worldwide due to my quietness. I have remained silent since my little children will read about all of this drama somewhere. A lot of people are enjoying my character assassination on social media platforms, in the press, and in general because of skewed and edited recordings. There are a few things I would like to clarify. First, Aaliya and I have been divorced for a while now, but we absolutely had an understanding just for our children. Does anyone know why my children have been out of school for 45 days while they have been in India? The school has been notifying me daily that their absence has been too long. My children have been held captive for the past 45 days and are missing school in Dubai.”