Television actors Shweta Tiwari and Abhinav Kohli made it to the headlines some days back when the actress posted a video of her estranged husband snatching away their son Reyansh from her while taking a walk in the park. Abhinav Kohli responded to the Shweta video by sharing another hour-long video, giving everyone a clear picture of the occurrences of that day. Before all this, Abhinav had posted a video where he alleged that Shweta has left his child in a hotel room. As Kohli is trying his best to meet with his son, on Friday, he made a new post on his Instagram and shared an update on the situation.
Abhinav Kohli started the video by talking about how many people ask him if he has got his child back. The actor said that he thought he should update everyone on that matter. Abhinav revealed that he and Shweta had to file applications in court within a time frame of a week. He shared that he applied, however, there was no reply from Shweta’s side. Kohli shared that there was a court hearing scheduled on June 3. He continued to share that neither Tiwari’s lawyer or anyone from her family attended the hearing. Abhinav said that the court announced a new hearing date. Kohli then said that after several dates, his case might be heard on the upcoming Monday. He added, “Shayad mere bete ko uske papa se milne ka number lag jaaye”. Moving on, Abhinav also spoke about the action that the National Commission of Women took against him. The actor finally thanked his followers for supporting him.
Take a look at the video post below:
For the unversed, Abhinav Kohli had accused Shweta Tiwari of leaving their son in a hotel room after she jetted off to Cape Town for Khatron Ke Khiladi 11. Later, Shweta hit back and shared her side of the story. She also posted a video of Abhinav snatching away their kid from her and showed followers how son Reyansh is scared of Kohli. Later, Shweta deleted the video. Also Read: Shweta Tiwari Says ‘Kids Are My Priority’ After Abhinav Kohli’s Accusation That She Abandoned Their Son: ‘Don’t Owe Justification To Anyone’
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