Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s first girlfriend Sunita Rajwar slams the actor for his biography!

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui is constantly stuck in controversies due to his book ‘An Ordinary Life: A Memoir’. The actor’s revelations in his book have hurt many people, especially the women who have been talked about in the book.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui's first girlfriend Sunita Rajwar slams the actor for his biography! 3

 After Niharika Singh accused Nawazuddin of “fabricating stories and manipulating a fleeting relationship” to make his book fly off the shelves, now his first girlfriend, Sunita Rajwar, has slammed him for his “extraordinary lies”.

Nawaz wrote in his book mentioning Sunita that she was his first love. the two met while working on a play and fell in love. However, she went to her parent’s house a few days later and ended their ‘deep, passionate’ relationship upon her return. He wrote that he went into a depression after the episode and even contemplated committing suicide. He believed that she left him due to his financial situation and because she wanted to date someone successful.

An excerpt from the book read, “I took a bucket of fresh white paint and began to replace her artwork on my walls with the blank canvas that they were before”, added that Sunita wanted to “date someone successful, not a struggling, desperate actor who was out of work.” And he also said, “today, Sunita tells everybody that she was once together with me in a very serious relationship.”

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Sunita called his memoir a collection of “extraordinary lies” and then went on to reveal the “real reason” why she left Nawazuddin. She took to Facebook and hit back at Nawaz.

In her post, titled An Ordinary Life of Extraordinary Lies, she says Nawazuddin has lied about almost everything. She says he was her senior at the National School of Drama where they met a few times before working on the play. She said she never made any ‘art work’ on his walls either, like he had written.

Sunita also blasts Nawaz by saying that he was always a sympathy seeker. It was because of this fact that he wrote Sunita left him because he was poor. Sunita questions that she was even more of a struggler than Nawaz at that time, so how could she consider him poor? At least Nawaz had his own house, but Sunita had to move in to a friend’s apartment, she said.
Finally talking about the true reason for their break-up, Sunita said that she was disgusted by Nawaz. And why so? Because she had found out that Nawaz had been revealing intimate details of their affair to some mutual friends while making fun of it. So, that is when Sunita allegedly came to know of his thoughts about relationships and women and she, therefore, decided to move away from him.
On parting shots, Sunita said, “I did not leave you because you were poor, but because of your poor way of thinking.”
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