Nawazuddin Siddiqui Blames Ex Sunita For Using His Memoir as a Cheap Publicity Stunt
What’s the truth behind this?
Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s first girlfriend, Sunita, has sent him a defamation notice for rupees two crores post which the actor was forced to apologise and withdraw his memoir ‘An Ordinary Life’.
Nawazuddin has now responded to the allegations through his lawyer and called Sunita Rajwar's claim a cheap publicity stunt. He also said that the ‘Sunita’ he is referring to is not Sunita Rajwar, according to a media report.
Rajwar has hit back at the charges and explains why she is the ‘Sunita’ Nawazuddin is talking about in the book, "He is lying that I am not the same Sunita. He himself has given all the evidence in his memoir that says I am the one he is talking about. First, he wrote my name in the book along with National School of Drama, although without surname, but there was no other Sunita in NSD during our batch. Then he referred to that girl as 'Pahadi Girl', again there was no other girl from the hills, other than me. Then he also mentioned that the Sunita in his book was a roommate of famous television actress Achint Kaur, because of whose influence she might have left him, so it's clear as I was sharing accommodation with Achint Kaur," Sunita said.
After the exchanges of legal notices between Hrithik Roshan and Kangana Ranaut few months ago, it seems there’s another battle gearing up. The exchange of legal notices are going on as you read this article. However, there are no reports of a court case being filed yet.
Watch this space for more updates on the Nawazuddin- Sunita debacle.