Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s biography, ‘An Ordinary Life’, has upset quite a few. After Niharika Singh accused him of fabricating stories, his first girlfriend, Sunita Rajwar has also reacted to Nawaz’s book and called it the extraordinary lies. In the memoir, Nawaz had written about his break up with Sunita and how it plunged him into depression. However, in a long Facebook post, Sunita explains the truth behind the story.According to the book, Nawazuddin and Sunita met during a play they were in together. Even though they were both from the National School of Drama, they had never met during their time there. However, Sunita claims this statement is false. She wrote, “He was one year senior to me at NSD, so it's obvious that we crossed paths. Yes, there was nothing romantic between us back then, but to say that we never met is bizarre.”
Speaking of the break up between Nawaz and Sunita in the memoir, Nawaz wrote: Sunita probably wanted to date someone successful, not a struggling, desperate actor who was out of work.
He also points out that, "today, Sunita tells everybody that she was once together with me in a very serious relationship."
However, Sunita has a different story to tell. As per Sunita, his poor thinking made her move away from him. Sunita also wrote that Nawaz has always been a sympathy seeker. Adding to this she said, “Nawaz had been sharing intimate details of their affair with some mutual friends and making fun of it, which prompted me to move.” She also went on to say, “I did not leave you because you were poor, but because of your poor way of thinking.