After Feroze Khan's ex-wife, Syeda Aliza Sultan, posted a promotional video on her official Instagram profile earlier this month, social media went abuzz with people talking about her entrance into the entertainment industry. In a video circulating online, Aliza has finally broken her silence on the matter and confirmed that she will not be joining the fraternity anytime soon.
In the three-minute clip shared online, a YouTuber, Ayaz Brohi, takes the chance to question Aliza about her plans to begin her career in showbiz, while she is leaving court with her son.
When asked about whether she has any intentions of joining the industry, Aliza simply shakes her head, signalling a 'no'.
As the video continues, the interviewer again asks Aliza the same question to confirm the news and she makes the same gesture.
In September 2022, Aliza took to social media and shared she had to "endure infidelity, blackmail and degradation" by her now ex-husband, Feroze. While the Khaani actor has denied all allegations levelled against him, many celebrities, such as Yasir Hussain and Mira Sethi continue to lend their support to her.
In January 2023, the Habs star served defamation suits to ten artists for spreading "baseless allegations" against him online. Included in the list were Aliza, directors Musaddiq Malek and Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy and actors Osman Khalid Butt, Mira, Minal Khan, Aiman Khan, Sarwat Gilani, Yasir and Farhan Saeed alongside singer Asim Azhar.
However, Feroze first shared the legal document on his official Twitter handle that included addresses and personal contact numbers, which went viral by the time he later deleted them. This incident led to many celebs turning to social media to highlight their ordeal after their privacy was breached. Farhan and Muneeb even announced plans to sue the actor for publicly sharing their personal details.
It's pertinent to note that Aliza has yet to issue any comment on the aforementioned defamation suit.
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