Every time a Bollywood celeb releases his/ her biography, it gets embroiled in a set of controversies. You can realise the gravity of the issue by the fact that Karan Johar and Kajol turned foes from friends because of an excerpt from his book An Unsuitable Boy in which he affirmed that they have had a fallout.
The same happened when Nawazuddin Siddiqui released his memoir titled An Ordinary Life, in which he revealed about his sexual encounters with women. Excerpts from his biography which just released this week is making a lot of buzz already.
After his Miss Lovely co-actor Niharika Singh slammed him for lying about their relationship in the book, one of his former girlfriends Sunita Rajwar has also lashed out at him saying that his book is full of lies.
“Every day, she would come over, hang out at my house in Mira Road and scrawl our names in tiny font all over the wall,” reads Nawaz’s book, according to which, he met Sunita while they worked together on a play.
Nawaz has further stated in the book that their relationship ended after she went home and decided to part ways after coming back. He said that he was in “deep, passionate love” but it “plunged into deep, deep depression.” So much so that he even contemplated suicide.
She, perhaps, wanted to “date someone successful, not a struggling, desperate actor who was out of work,” he added.
Saying that his book is full of “extraordinary lies,” Sunita clarified why they actually broke up. She said she parted ways because of his poor way of thinking.
“I did not leave you because you were poor, but because of your poor way of thinking,” says Sunita Rajwar.