The wife of Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s younger brother has filed a police complaint against the Bollywood actor and his parents in Muzaffarnagar, alleging torture, an official said on Saturday. The woman has made serious charges on the film actor, saying he kicked her in the stomach when she was three months pregnant.
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In a complaint given to Superintendent of Police (Rural) Rakesh Jolly, the woman who married the actor’s younger brother Minauzzidin Siddiqui on May 31, 2016, has alleged that her in-laws have been asking for dowry and misbehaving with her. She has also alleged that Nawazuddin beat her up on September 28.
The woman had first approached the Kotwali police station, but when they did not entertain her complaint, she met the superintendent of police (rural) along with her mother, father and uncle.
Police said they will investigate the matter and act accordingly to law.
Meanwhile, veteran filmmaker Subhash Ghai expressed his willingness to work with actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui but after creating a challenging role for him. “I always wanted to work with Nawaz. In 2008, we’ve worked together in ‘Black & White’.
And who doesn’t want to work with a brilliant actor like Nawazuddin?
“But also it raises the responsibility towards his talent. The kind of capacity he has forces me to create a role which suits him. I want to write a character for him, which I never did. That will be challenging for both of us,” said Ghai speaking to the media while attending a seminar at the Whistling Wood International Institute along with Nawazuddin.