Madhubala’s 96-year-old sister had no money to get her RTPCR test at the airport after being thrown from her New Zealand home by sister-in-law

Madhubala's 96-year-old sister had no money to pass her RTPCR test at the airport after being thrown from her New Zealand home by her sister-in-law;  read more
Madhubala’s 96-year-old eldest sister thrown from home in New Zealand by sister-in-law travels to Mumbai all alone (Photo Credit – Wikipedia)

Former actress Madhubala is known for her performance in Mughal E-Azam. She is one of the lead actresses from 1942 to 1964. Now her eldest 96-year-old sister Kaniz Balsara makes shocking accusations against daughter-in-law Sameena.

According to the latest report, the 96-year-old eldest sister landed at the Mumbai airport from Auckland on January 29, without any support and money. Her daughter Perveez, who resides in the Bandra neighborhood of Mumbai, was informed through a cousin instead of Sameena. Scroll down to know more.

Speaking to ETimes, Kaniz Balsara’s daughter Perveez explained the horrific story in great detail. She revealed that her mother Kaniz went to New Zealand with her husband 17-18 years ago. Madhubala’s niece said: ‘Because she was so in love with her son Farook – my brother – that she could not stay without him. My brother also loved Mom very much. He took our parents to NZ when they moved there. He was a highly respected man who worked in the corrections department in New Zealand. But my sister-in-law Sameena didn’t like our parents.”

Perveez further revealed: “She never cooked food for my parents at home. My brother Farook had to get food for Mom and Dad from a nearby restaurant. Sameena’s daughter (Kaniz’s granddaughter) is now married in Australia, but she too treated my mother badly. ; she was in fact there with her brother (Sameena has 2 kids) when Mom had to leave the house and get on a plane.”

Madhubala’s niece claimed that she often goes to New Zealand to visit her mother Kaniz Balsara. The latter came to India twice a year. However, she hasn’t come to India for the past five years because Farook thought it might not be safe for her age, as oxygen levels often fluctuate at higher altitudes.

In addition, the younger sister of the former actress, Madhur Bhushan, was also shocked by the treatment. Parveez said, “Sameena chose to give him the message and not us. I was not in Mumbai. I was in Palghar. My cousin was notified about 12 noon on January 29th. I barely had 8 hours to rush and get to Mumbai in time for the 8pm flight arrival.”

As if this wasn’t enough, Kaniz Balsara didn’t even have enough money to pay for her RTPCR (COVID) test when she arrived at Mumbai airport. Perveez said, “I sent the money in and the first thing she told me after her RTPCR was done was ‘Beta, do you know Farook is mar gaya? Main usko kabar mein dal ke aayi hoon. Besides, I’m very hungry. Can I get something to eat?’.”

The torture of Madhubala’s niece Sameena may have intensified after her brother passed away on January 8 this year.

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