Popular television actress Shweta Tiwari has gone through a lot of ups and downs in her life. She tied the knot with Raja Chaudhary at the age of 19. However, the two got divorced in 2007 after the actress accused him of domestic violence. She later married Abhinav Kohli in 2013, but this marriage didn’t work out either and they separated in 2019. Shweta Tiwari has a daughter Palak Tiwari from her first marriage, and a son Reyansh from her second marriage. Raja Chaudhary, in a recent interview, said that Shweta is a good wife and an excellent mother, and that it’s sheer coincidence and bad luck that her second marriage didn’t work either.
While speaking to ETimes, Raja Chaudhary said that after Shweta’s second marriage didn’t work out, a lot of people have been questioning Shweta. However, he said that it’s just sheer coincidence and Shweta’s bad luck that both her marriages did not work, and that doesn’t take away from the fact that she is an amazing mother and a good wife. “The pattern is the same and that is why people are questioning Shweta. See, there is no doubt that Shweta is an excellent mother and a very good wife. It is just a sheer coincidence and her bad luck that history is repeating itself with her and her second marriage too has failed. But then this doesn't make her wrong or a bad person,” he said.
While Raja said that he can’t comment on what the problem is between Abhinav and Shweta’s marriage, he does feel that Shweta should let him meet his son Reyansh. “. She needs to understand that as a couple no matter what the problems might be in a relationship, a father will not harm his own son or daughter,” he said.
In March this year, Raja Chaudhary had shared a few selfies with his and Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak Tiwari. He shared that he met his daughter after 13 long years. Read more about it here.
Image Source: Instagram/Abhinav Kohli, Facebook/Raja Chaudhary
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