In a recent interview, renowned actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui shared his perspective on romance in small towns versus big cities. According to him, "true romance" thrives in small towns as people are less judgmental and don't focus on materialistic aspects like bank balances when it comes to matters of the heart. Nawazuddin's statement comes amidst the backdrop of his troubled relationship with his estranged wife, Aaliya Siddiqui, which has garnered significant media attention in recent months. Aaliya had accused the actor's mother of harassment and claimed that Nawazuddin had "disowned" their children, Shora and Yani.
Expressing his views on real love stories, Nawazuddin emphasized that small towns are where genuine romance exists. He stated that what often passes for romance in big cities is actually compromise and adjustment. In small towns, people are more open-hearted and uninhibited, allowing them to fall in love without the constraints of societal judgments. The actor believes that love and affection in small towns transcend materialistic considerations, such as wealth or financial status.
When asked if he considers himself a romantic person, Nawazuddin responded positively, emphasizing the importance of love and expressing affection in various aspects of life. He stated that love holds significant value and should be celebrated. Nawazuddin acknowledged the lack of romance in today's world and stressed the need to infuse more romance into our lives.
In terms of his professional ventures, Nawazuddin Siddiqui's latest release is the film "Jogira Sara Ra Ra," in which he stars alongside Neha Sharma. However, the movie received a lackluster response. Despite this setback, Nawazuddin has an exciting lineup of films awaiting release, including "Tiku Weds Sheru," "Noorani Chehra," "Adbhut," and "Haddi."