Mumbai: Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui on Monday filed a cross-FIR against five people following a woman's complaint that he pushed her and behaved inappropriately during a dispute over parking space, the National Award winner's manager said.
A complaint was registered at the Versova police station on Sunday against Nawazuddin by a woman named Heena Sheikh, who resides in the same housing society as the actor. But his manager has refuted the allegations.
"We have now filed a cross-FIR against five people who barged into our office yesterday (on Sunday). A woman has the authority to file the complaint first; so Heena took advantage of that. All the allegations against Nawzuddin are false allegations," the actor's representative told IANS.
In her complaint, Heena, 24, daughter of Soni Dandekar, the chairman of Zohra Aghadi Nagar housing society at Yari Road, claimed she was manhandled by Nawazuddin's bodyguards.
Rubbishing this, the actor's manager said: "In fact, the parking slot was in such a bad condition that Nawazuddinn got almost half the compound repaired and has been maintaining it. We have many industry people visiting our office and the parking slot was just before our office, so we are maintaining it also for hygienic reasons."