Nawazuddin Siddiqui's estranged wife Aaliya joins Twitter to disclose 'shocking facts'

Looks like things are turning ugly between actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and his estranged wife Aaliya.

It was recently that Aaliya announced the news of her divorce from husband, Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui. She stated that she has 'serious issues' with Nawaz and his brother (Shamas Siddiqui). Aaliya Siddiqui had alleged that she was mentally and emotionally tortured in the relationship. She has slammed Nawazuddin Siddiqui saying that he is a bad husband and father who does not bother about his children. Aaliya Siddiqui has gone back to her real name, Anjana Kishore Pandey.

Now, days later, Aaliya joined Twitter claiming that Nawazuddin and his PR team have been 'attacking her reputation'.

“In able to protect his own wrongs, Nawazuddin and his team are trying to attack my reputation. I will show the world what is the truth behind the whole thing. My simplicity is not my weakness. Do follow me on Twitter and I shall be disclosing some shocking facts,” Aaliya had said in a statement before joining Twitter.

She then took to Twitter and shared, "This is Aliya Siddiqui. I am forced to put the truth concerning me on Twitter so that there is no miscommunication. Let the truth not be silenced by misuse and abuse of power. Truth cannot be bought or be manipulated with."

Stating that reports about her being in another relationship is a 'manipulation to divert attention', Aaliya tweeted, "To begin with let me clarify that I am not into "ANY RELATIONSHIP" with any MAN; and any media report which make such claims, are absolutely false. It appears that some section of the media have manipulated with my photograph to make such ridiculous claims to divert attention."

Married over 10 years, Nawazuddin and Aaliya were blessed with two kids. This was actor's second marriage.

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