Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and his estranged wife Aaliya Siddiqui's separation and legal dispute have been making headlines for some time. Despite the attention, Nawaz has chosen to remain tight-lipped about the matter. According to a report from Pinkvilla, he recently opened up about his reluctance to speak on the issue. Nawaz replied that his primary concern was his children's education, and he is glad that they are studying and back in school. He emphasized the importance of spreading positivity and maintaining a positive outlook both in personal and public life.
According to Nawaz, it's crucial not to spread negativity and maintain a positive environment; he believes that it's the responsibility of both him and Aaliyah.
He added that he wanted his kids to return to school, which they have. He has no complaints with anyone and won’t be able to talk more about this. He even surprised his fans and followers by expressing his desire to become a monk. He shared that he has a connection to spiritual places such as Rishikesh and Haridwar, where he completed his graduation. In an interview, he mentioned a Dharamshala near his college, and he used to visit there occasionally.
The Kick actor also revealed that he had a spiritual inclination and once contemplated becoming a monk. He shared that he even stayed in a dharamshala for 15-20 days and attempted to become a monk two or three times but failed. Nawazuddin became careless and was introduced to theatre, which he found to be his true calling. He started his theatre journey in Baroda and eventually moved to Delhi to attend the National School of Drama. Nawazuddin acknowledges that he may have pursued his spiritual inclination and become a monk if he had not entered the theatre field.