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Everything is not always a bed full of roses, sometimes you have to go through a lot in your life to achieve something. Sometimes we make some hard decisions to bring back our life on track and to live peacefully. Those hard decisions may initially give us sleepless nights but often prove to be fruitful in the long run. When you fall in love with someone, you never let any negative thought hamper you, you always think about the positive aspects of the relationship. But sometimes, things don’t work the way we think it should and then comes the time when you have to make some hard decisions and move on in life, leaving your past behind. (Recommended Read: Sanjay Dutt's Daughter, Trishala Shares A 'Happy Holiday' Picture, Step-Mom, Maanayata Sends Love)
Television actress, Shweta Tiwari ruled the television industry with her path-breaking performance in the show, Kasauti Zindagi Kay and became a household name. Despite achieving a lot professionally, her personal life went kaput when she had faced physical abuse from her then-husband, Raja Chaudhary. She had faced all these and had later decided to end everything and move on in her life. She had filed for divorce and started focusing on her life and nurturing her daughter, Palak Tiwari. Love knocked again on the door of Shweta’s heart and she fell in love with actor, Abhinav Kohli. After dating for some time, the duo tied the knot and became parents to a baby boy, whom they named Reyansh Kohli.
Shweta took everyone by the storm when she had filed a case against her second husband, Abhinav for domestic violence. Shweta had faced a lot a backlash and everyone had blamed her for the troubles in her second marriage. In an interview with the Hindustan Times, Shweta revealed how she managed to cope with all this and stated, “It’s easy for people to say, ‘Ladki ne hi kuch kiya hoga ya usme hi koi problem hogi, tabhi doosri shaadi bhi nahi chal payi’. When I got married at the peak of my career, people told me that it’s over for me. But I didn’t let people’s opinion penetrate my mind. I didn’t even care what my khandaan will say, who only asked me how I was doing once in five years. I just care about myself, my kids and my immediate family.”
Shweta further revealed that she is sorted in her head about what she wants to do in her life and stated that if anyone tries to harm her family, they will hold no importance in her life. She added that she doesn’t give them the desired attention and if someone keeps her family happy and will help them grow, then she will go that extra mile to do anything for them. Though Shweta had exhibited great courage while dealing with her personal battles, she confessed, “I don’t think I’m very strong. I’ve weak moments, too, but that isn’t for the audience to see.” (Suggested Read: Kishwer Merchantt And Suyyash Rai Complete Three-Years Of Marital Bliss With A Grand Bash)
Shweta Tiwari’s daughter, Palak Tiwari and her son, Reyansh Kohli are her strength. Her daughter gives her the courage to fight with all the odds and rise back each time. During the same interview, Shweta revealed that her daughter didn’t let her break down emotionally. In her own words, “I’m a parent, and I’ve to raise my daughter Palak (from her first marriage) and my son Reyansh (from second marriage). I’ve to run the house, also. So how can I fall weak and break in testing times? I draw this strength from Palak, who has taken care of me like my mother.”
Shweta also added that she feels sad that people don’t even spare her daughter, Palak and drag her in all this drama. She further stated, “Some people said, ‘disturbed family ke bachche bahut disturbed hote hai’. But that’s not true at all. Palak is a very poised and polished girl. She has been getting many acting offers but her focus is very clear. Right now, she is studying, working on her fitness, learning horse riding and kickboxing."
In an earlier interview with the Hindustan Times, Shweta Tiwari had talked about her toxic marriage with Abhinav Kohli and had revealed, “There was an infection which was hurting me badly, I got it removed. People thought it was my hand, part of my body, but they need to understand it was poisonous and I had to take it out. And now, I am healthy again. Don’t think I am trying to portray myself happy, I am actually happy.” She had further added, “If my one hand stops working, I won’t stop living my life. I will start using my other hand. Similarly, if one part of my life goes wrong, I won’t stop leading my life. I have to look after my life, my kids, their school, their doctor, my house, my phone and electric bills.” (Must Read: MS Dhoni Shares A Throwback Video Of Wife, Sakshi As He Makes Fun Of Her Dialogue Delivery Skills)
We wish Shweta Tiwari, all the best for her future endeavours!