Shweta Tiwari's daughter Palak Tiwari has been growing up fast and leaves no chance in proving she's mommy's baby. Palak is constantly seen hanging out with Shweta and the mother-daughter duo are pure goals during their hangout sessions. Just yesterday, Shweta Tiwari shared an unmissable picture with her lovely daughter Palak. Once again, the Mere Dad Ki Dulhan actress took to her social media to share glimpses from her dance practice session with Palak Tiwari. Shweta is spotted dancing with Palak as they prep for an upcoming event
Shweta Tiwari shared pictures of daughter Palak and her dance practice session on her Instagram stories. In the Boomerang video shared by Tiwari, Palak and Shweta are spotted twerking with all their elegance and grace. While the mother-daughter duo nails their dance poses, their hand on the chin step has us hooked. Sharing the video, the actress captioned it, "Wedding vibes." Also Read: Shweta Tiwari States 'Love Is Too Deep A Feeling' When Asked About Online Dating
In another story shared by the Mere Dad Ki Dulhan actress also sees Palak and her dancing to some sexy and hot belly dancing moves with their choreographer. In the video, Shweta and Palak make our hearts skip a beat as they nail their belly dancing steps. The video features both Shweta and Palak dressed in comfortable tracks and tees as they practice for an upcoming wedding event.
Meanwhile, as Shweta Tiwari and Palak Tiwari are busy prepping their moves for a wedding, there's no doubt the mother-daughter duo will steal the show with their spectacular performance.
On the other hand, it looks like Shweta and Palak were busy at dance practice as the Mere Dad Ki Dulhan actress shared a picture with Palak calling it 'Sandy skin and summer smiles'. In the picture, the mother and daughter pair look flawless and radiant as the sun kisses their skin.
Image source: Instagram/ Shweta Tiwari
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