Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s wife Alia has finally broken her silence over allegations on the actor of spying on his wife. Even as the Mumbai Police has said that the actor had no direct role in the call data record case, his wife said that the allegations deeply disturbed Nawazuddin and the family.
Speaking exclusively to Zee News, Alia said, “I don’t know what the truth is but I have a loving family and we lead a simple life. Such reports disturb us.” She added, “Nawaz has been upset since such reports came in.”
Alia further clarified that there is no problem is her married life with Nawazuddin, but reports of him spying on her “did have an impact on our lives”.
“Nawazuddin will speak about the issue himself. However, everything is out in open now and clarified by the police. He is busy with his scripts,” she added. Alia refused to speak on Nawazuddin’s advocate Rizwan Siddiqui.
On Saturday, the Crime Branch of Mumbai Police had said that that actor had no direct role in the Call Data Record case.
"Nawazuddin Siddiqui has no direct role in the Call Data Record (CDR) case. He was summoned as a witness and has assured cooperation," news agency ANI quoted Parambir Singh, Police Commissioner, Thane as saying.
The police official added that the actor has been summoned as a witness and that he has assured the police of cooperation.
Earlier, it was reported that Nawazuddin Siddiqui and his wife Alia were summoned by crime branch of Thane police in connection with the Call Data Records (CDR) racket that was unearthed in January. The duo had been summoned after some of the arrested accused had told the police that the actor's advocate Rizwan Siddiqui had obtained the CDR of the actor's wife from private detectives.