Silver Screen Queen Shweta Tiwari's Teenage Daughter Palak Makes Her Debut, Watch Her Video
Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak Tiwari has made her acting debut, however in a commercial advertisement. The ad was shared by her mother Shweta Tiwari on her Instagram account where she called herself a proud mother.
Sharing it, Shweta wrote: “ME = ‘Proud Mom !!! @palaktiwarii.’” The ad shows Palak having a voice communication together with her mother as her parents are having dinner. She too is sitting on a same table however we are to presume that she is elsewhere. Shortly the voice communication begins: each struggle to speak as the call keeps dropping. Whenever voice does travel, it takes longer. Palak, playing the daughter, keeps saying “hello” repeatedly.
Palak who was just 18-year old was expected to make her film debut opposite to Taare Zameen Pe child actor Darsheel Safari in a film called Quickie. This was imagined to be the first film of Darsheel as an adult. However, in June last year, Shweta had taken to Instagram to refute the news and clear the air. She had unconditionally expressed that Palak was in class 12 and her education was of paramount importance.
Shweta Tiwari had written: “For the past few months I used to be perpetually bombarded with queries relating to Quickie, and Palak’s debut. We actually wanted quickie to be the way to go however the way was too lengthy and Palak’s 12th grade has now begun. Therefore we decided it'd be best if we retracted ourselves from the project since Palak’s education is of preponderating importance at this point in time. We wish Oddball the very best, but sadly we had to come to this decision. However, I assure you, Palak’s debut is soon enough.”
Palak is active on Instagram likewise and keeps posting selfies and photos. In one such post, she had been a defendant by some Instagram users that she had gone beneath the knife. A viewer had called her out for “botox-filled lips”, to that she had replied, saying: “I’m only seventeen, and not someone who’s a supporter of changing myself based on what the world might or might not like. So no Ma’am, that’s a false accusation, and it’s because of such accusations that going under the knife is taken into account a trend, and is ultimately promoted. I’m not for it ma’am. Sorry to disappoint you, have a good night and best wishes.”