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“I don't care:” Shweta Tiwari on daughter Palak being called “skinny” and “malnourished”

“I don't care:” Shweta Tiwari on daughter Palak being called “skinny” and “malnourished”

Palak Tiwari garnered a lot of limelight after her music video “Bijlee Bijlee” with Hardy Sandhu turned out to be a mega success.

By Mohnish Singh | Updated On: Mar 10, 2022 11:41 AM IST

“I don't care:” Shweta Tiwari on daughter Palak being called “skinny” and “malnourished”
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Someone has very rightly said that the apple does not fall far from the tree. Just look at newcomer Palak Tiwari! She is as talented as her mother Shweta Tiwari who has been working in the entertainment industry for over two decades now.

Palak garnered a lot of limelight after her music video “Bijlee Bijlee” with popular singer Hardy Sandhu turned out to be a mega success. She is now gearing up to set her foot in Bollywood with the upcoming Hindi film Rosie, co-starring Vivek Oberoi.

The young actress is a social media star and enjoys a huge following on Instagram. While there are tons of people who love her, there are some who never miss a chance to troll her about being skinny. Recently, Shweta spoke about how trolling does not affect her and her daughter.

“Even now people say she is so skinny, but I never say anything to her. That's how you are, and you look pretty. You are healthy, you can run, your vitals are good. So, as long as she is healthy, she is good, I don't care what kind of body she has. These days, Instagram is enough to troll people. They used words like skinny and malnourished and what not. I don't care,” she told a publication.

The actress continued, “She says people say that. 'Am I really that thin? Am I really?' to that thing I said, 'No, for your age, this is ok. As you grow older, your body will change'."

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