कस्टडी विवाद के बीच श्वेता तिवारी ने शेयर की बच्चों की फोटो, पलक ने भी की मां की तारीफActress Shweta Tiwari’s name is one of those stars, who remain in the headlines not only for professional but also for their personal life. . Shweta often shares her photos and videos on social media. Meanwhile, Shweta has shared pictures of her children, about which she has come in the discussion.

share photos on insta Shweta Tiwari these days Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 are in South Africa. In such a situation, he shared two screenshots of the video call on Insta Story. In the screenshot, Shweta is seen with daughter Palak Tiwari and son Reyansh. It is seen in the photo that Palak and Reyash are having fun in the rain. Fans are very fond of these photos.

Palak also shared insta story

While Shweta shared a picture with children, on the other hand, Palak Tiwari also did a picture on Insta Story and Praised mother Shweta. Palak wrote, ‘Thank you.. for our right upbringing… not just for the lessons but for telling us with examples what true strength is. Thank you for never letting negativity get to you. You are my everything… You are the best parent in this world and we are lucky to have you.’)

Controversy on Reyansh’s Custody

Remind that Shweta Tiwari and Abhinav Kohli separated last year, after which the conflict between the two continues over the custody of son Reyansh. Recently, on the occasion of Father’s Day, Abhinav had expressed his pain on social media and said, ‘Today is Father’s Day, I will not be able to meet my son even today. I couldn’t even meet him last year. I tried a lot but I have lost. Shweta will come tomorrow or later… When she left him (Reyansh) he was alone for about one and a half months, I tried a lot to meet but could not find it.’

This fight will continue…

Abhinav had further said, ‘There will be many more men like me who would have lost such a battle, but this fight will continue. I may lose many battles, but every time I will learn and draw strength from it. Even after defeat, I will keep fighting. It is my right to meet my son and it is my son’s right to meet me. We men should make sure that there is no wrong law against us. Our feelings and freedom should not be taken away from us.’