Nawazuddin Siddiqui seen with daughter Shora Siddiqui in her first public appearance, fans ask when she is joining films
Nawazuddin Siddiqui was seen at Mumbai airport with daughter Shora Siddiqui. His fans were happy to see her with him for the first time.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui was spotted with daughter Shora Siddiqui at the Mumbai airport on Sunday. She is his daughter from his estranged wife Aaliya. They also have a younger son named Yaani. Fans of the actor was surprised to see his daughter for the first time and called her “beautiful” on social media. Also read: Nawazuddin Siddiqui wishes daughter Shora Siddiqui with a video on her birthday, calls her 'my love'
A paparazzo video shared a video of them together walked out of the Mumbai airport. While he was in a black sweatshirt and matching denims, Shora was in a denim jacket and matching jeans. She had her hair tied in a bun and carried a backpack.
A fan commented on the video, “She is looking so beautiful…1st time I saw her.” Many others called her “beautiful” in the comments section. Some also found her looks resembling actor Radhika Apte. “She looks exactly like Radhika Apte,” read a comment. One more fan said, “What a simple family! His daughter is so so adorable!” A fan also asked about her film debut, “She is beautiful… when is coming to movies.”
A day before, Nawazuddin had shared a video montage of her several childhood pictures and videos, along with some of her latest pics. “Happiest Birthday My Love #ShoraSiddiqui,” he wrote. A fan had commented on the video, “Daddy's girl, true copy of her father. Happy birthday.”
Nawazuddin had earlier revealed in an interview that Shora was very upset on seeing his first look dressed as a woman from his upcoming film Haddi. “She now knows that it’s for a role and is fine now,” he had told Bombay Times in an interview.
Nawazuddin will now be seen in Haddi. His look as a woman in a wig and makeup has also been compared to Archana Puran Singh. Talking about the role, he had said in the BT interview, “What do women think? What do they want? An actor’s job is to get into the head of the character he plays. Your perception, outlook towards life as a woman is bound to be different and that is the most difficult part about Haddi for me. The film is not about costumes and gestures. The process is more internal."