Nawazuddin Siddiqui Talks About His One Night Stand With Waitress In New York
Nawazuddin Siddiqui has been in the news a few months ago after his wife Aalia filed a divorce against him. Now, the star has been in the news once again for his affair or rather a one night stand with a waitress in New York. He was slammed brutally when he talked about the same and even his book ‘An Ordinary Man’ has details about this fling.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui, in his book, spoke about some of his intimate moments for which the actor got slammed by many women. However, after some time, Nawazuddin got that part of the book deleted from the market. The deleted part of the book which is the one where Nawazuddin had talked about a one-night stand in New York after doing Lunchbox.
Nawaz had written, “Those years between 2006 and 2010 were pretty incredible too. The industry had begun to notice me… Strangely, the West was kinder to me first, both in terms of love and work… I was at a cafe once with my friend in New York City’s Soho area.” He continued, “The stunning waitress kept staring at me… ‘You? You are an actor?’ she asked a rhetorical question. ‘Yes!’ I replied. ‘Which film of mine did you see? Gangs of Wasseypur?’ She squinted, trying to remember, ‘No, no,’ she said. ‘Another film!’ After a few moments, she responded: ‘Lunchbox!’ We got talking and let’s just say what happens in New York stays in New York…”
In the book, Nawaz also spoke about how he was once considering suicide due to some personal reasons. Talking about those days, the actor said, “Living in Mira Road meant that the local train was our lifeline. We were at the station almost all the time. Soon after her call, one day I was at the station and stood there staring at the tracks. A train was coming, screaming its arrival with a lusty horn. It would be simple and instant. Should I jump on to the tracks and end it all? End this struggle, end this life? I had nothing. No love, no work, no money. But some being woke up in me and gave me a metaphorical slap. ‘You know this is not your department,’ the voice in my head said. ‘Then why? Why did you go that way? Why!’ it screamed at me.”
“The train sped away, screaming pompously, cutting through the air… I decided that I would never again be emotional in any relationship… Never again did I allow myself to be vulnerable like that again, not even with my wife… Yet it was important to analyse what had happened… (Sunita must have been advised) she should probably date someone successful, not a struggling, desperate actor who was out of work. Today, Sunita tells everybody that she was once together with me in a very serious relationship. Incredibe isn’t it?”