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An Ordinary Life: a biography written by Rituparna Chatterjee speaks heart-to-heart about Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s trysts and affairs with lovely ladies he met at different phases of his life.
Nawaz the method actor of Bollywood who rose to fame with movies like Gangs of Wasseypur, and Lunchbox has revealed many personal encounters in his book.
Niharika Singh his co-star from “Miss Lovely”, an award winning critically acclaimed film was one such lover.
Dring the shooting Niharika would keep a reclusive attitude and would not speak to anyone. To break the ice Nawazuddin invited her to his house. He cooked mutton curry for her which turned out to be unsavoury. But Niharika being a well mannered girl didn’t complain and finished her food. To return the courtesy she invited Nawazuddin over to her place for more mutton curry. When Nawaz reached her house, and she opened the door, he was stunned to see innumerable tiny candles glittering all over the place. "She (Niharika) wore soft faux fur, looking devastatingly gorgeous, her beauty illuminated even more in the candlelight," says his book. Describing himself as a 'village bumpkin', proceeded to 'scoop her up in his arms' and "headed straight for the bedroom. We made passionate love. And just like that, out of the blue, I began a relationship with Niharika Singh, a relationship which I did not know then would last for almost one and a half years."
I was very much taken by her and wanted to impress her. Nawaz fondly recalls an incident when he took Niharika for a date in his car. “It was a second hand car yet I was proud of it as it was my first car. Out of nowhere that dubious car broke down much to my embarrassment. Niharika then declared that now we will only sit in her car”. That honeymoon phase of our relationship was over soon.
“I was struggling those days and would hop from one post to another looking for roles, auditioning, meeting people and making connections.” I did get offers but people would cancel on me last minute or my role would be scraped from the project. Nothing was certain and I did not have the luxury of choice. Niharika was realistic and she understood. She called me many times during the day asking me where I was and how did it go. I was touched by her concern but later on it transformed into nagging. Niharika would easily get offers and didn’t need to hustle over the town like I did. I expected her to empathize but she was discontented with the fact that I was away most of the time.
Niharika obviously expected some of the sweet conversations that lovers have and some romantic gestures. But I was quite a selfish bastard. I had a plain aim: go to her house, make out and leave. I could not talk lovey-dovey too much. It finally struck her that I was a rascal who cared only for himself.
The day we broke up, I went to her house she was wearing a silk robe. I ran my hand over its coolness around her waist, grabbing her but she pushed me away. ‘No, Nawaz!’ she said. ‘I won’t meet you again. This is enough.’ I pleaded, I cried, I apologized. I said I wouldn’t repeat my mistakes again. I would be more thoughtful, a better lover. But she remained adamant. She had had enough. She had been hurt too many times. So that was that, we broke up cutting off all contact.
In his book Nawaz describes himself as lovelorn , struggling, village guy who would fall short of attention from women and had a hard time finding success in that department. His fate was similar in Bollywood as he was constantly vying to establish a footing and in the process got rejected many times. “I still wonder at times why that happened” says Nawaz.
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