Shweta Tiwari On Failed Marriage With Abhinav Kohli, ‘My Khandaan Asked Me How I Was Doing Once In 5 Years’

Shweta Tiwari, whose marriage with her estranged husband Abhinav Kohli hit a rough patch after she filed a police complaint against him for domestic violence, has now talked about how she coped during the tough time. She said her daughter Palak took care of her while her ‘khandaan’ only checked up on her once in 5 years

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Shweta Tiwari On Failed  Marriage With Abhinav Kohli, ‘My Khandaan Asked Me How I Was Doing Once In 5 Years’
Shweta Tiwari, one of the most popular faces in the television industry, went through a challenging phase in her life after her marriage with Abhinav Kohli hit a rough patch. Shweta Tiwari had filed a police complaint against her estranged husband for domestic violence.  The news came as a shock, especially because this was similar to what she faced in 2007 with her first husband Raja Chaudhary. Shweta Tiwari stood her ground even after she faced criticism with many people blaming her for the broken marriage, yet again.

Shweta Tiwari has now opened up about how she coped during the tough time. She said her daughter Palak took care of her while her ‘khandaan’ only checked up on her once in 5 years. Shweta Tiwari was quoted saying by  Hindustan Times, “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.” ALSO READ: Shweta Tiwari’s Daughter Palak Encouraged Her To Do Intimate Scenes With Akshay Oberoi, ‘My Daughter Said, Do It Like A 2019 Actress’- EXCLUSIVE


Shweta Tiwari shared that she has some weak moments as well, but that is not something she wishes the audience to see. She also said that her daughter Palak Tiwari is her strength and has taken care of her like a mother.





Shweta Tiwari,  who was most popular for her role as Prerna in the 2000s show Kasautii Zindagii Kay, has now made a comeback on television with the show Mere Dad Ki Dulhan, which also stars Varun Badola.  


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