Shafaq On Sister Falak: Don't Ask Me To Wash Dirty Linen In Public

Monday, May 21 2018

Shafaq On Sister Falak: Don't Ask Me To Wash Dirty Linen In Public

Reblog View photos This morning, we woke up to the fracas of the Naaz sisters being seen on public domain, courtesy sister Falak. Last seen in Shankar Jai Kishan 3 In 1, Falaq told Bombay Times that her sister Shafaq and she haven’t met for the past two years. “For the past two years, I haven’t heard anything from Shafaq. We are not in contact and I would request people to stop asking me about Shafaq or what she is up to these days. Please stop bothering me with queries related to her,” she revealed. According to Falaq in Bombay Times, Shafaq, who is seen in the show Mahakali- Anth Hi Aarambh Hai, had put allegations against their mother of splurging away her money. “Under the influence of someone from our family, she (Shafaq) fought with my mother and left us without thinking about the consequences. Though she never fought with me, I am not able to fathom the fact that she put such serious allegations on our mother. She, being a single mother, has sacrificed a lot for us. I have seen my mother do so much for us and can’t leave her like this. I can’t see my mom suffer every day and therefore, have broken ties with her. While leaving us, she herself said that we are dead for her.”Asked if she ever tried to reconcile with her sibling, Falak said, “I tried, but she never responded. We don’t have her contact number, so I tried to contact her through mutual friends, but the result was not positive. I don’t want our personal life to be discussed in the public domain, but I am left with no other option than declaring that we have nothing to do with her now.” Shafaq Naaz With Falak Naaz An hour ago, we got in touch with Shafaq for her side of the story. "I am a very private person and I don't talk about my private life ever. And I don't wish to talk now also. This is our family matter and I feel it's should be solved within our four walls only. I don't know Falak's intention of dragging this in public. I am not saying she is right or she is wrong. That's absolutely her choice. But I personally don't appreciate this, and so will not like to fuel this further. Even they know and I know who is right or who is wrong. There is no point of proving to the world. I am not comfortable talking about it honestly," and she refused to elaborate any further, when prodded.So that's that! These two sisters are as different as chalk and cheese. One likes to wash dirty linen in public. The other seems to hate it. View photos