Aamir's cook heartbroken after being accused of stealing Kiran's jewellery

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| Wednesday, November 30, 2016 - 16:25
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Aamir Khan's cook heartbroken

Mumbai: A week after a complaint was lodged regarding the theft of Kiran Rao's jewellery worth Rs 80 lakh, Mumbai police is questioning cook Farzana and her family that has served Aamir Khan for a decade.

The family of Farzana Sheikh has been left with a bitter experience as the 50-year-old who was booked by the police earlier is now being grilled about the jewellery that went missing from the actor's home.

As reported by Mid-Day, Farzana's mother Kesar Begum said, “Even during Ramadan, she never used to come home; we had to go meet her at Aamir’s house. That’s how loyal she is to her work. And this is what she is getting in return.”

Source: Mid-Day

She even added that the police came to their home to carry out search operations. She said, “They even searched the containers in which we keep ‘dal’, but found nothing. I am scared, because I don’t want the police to manhandle or hurt my daughter. I have faith in Farzana — she would never do something like this.”

Also read: Jewellery worth Rs 80 lakh stolen from Kiran Rao’s Mumbai residence

Syed Arbaaz Khan, son of Farzana, recalled, “He (Aamir) loves her cooking so much that he cannot do without it. She (Farzana) knows his diet perfectly, and cooks for him accordingly. Whether it was for Dhoom 3, for which she went to Chicago with him, or even for Dangal, for which she went to Punjab, my mother would follow him everywhere. He follows a very strict diet and breaks it only once a week and only so he can taste the kebabs that my mother makes.”

 

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