She has twice failed in marriage life, again she falls in love with once again

Popular TV actress Shweta Tiwari has once again hit the headlines after she accused husband Abhinav Kohli of domestic violence. Her statement saddened her fans as she had already faced a similar situation in 2007 with first husband, Raja Chaudhary. 

Shweta received faced flak from her fans on social media and many users blamed her to be the reason for having a troubled marriage, again.

Shweta Tiwari has earned quite a lot of name and fame in the world of Television. Shweta got married to Raja Chaudhary in 1998. In the year 2000, she gave birth to a baby girl named Palak.  Raja Chaudhary’s aggressive attitude had made the relationship hell, due to which the couple decided to separate in 2007. In 2013, Shweta was married to Abhinav Kohli and the couple had a son, but this relationship too did not last long.

Shweta filed a complaint against her husband for allegedly harassing her. She alleged that her husband used to beat her and abused her daughter. The police registered a case of domestic violence against Abhinav under Sections 354, 323, 324, 504, 506 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code.

Shweta Tiwari compared her marriage to Abhinav Kohli with a poisonous wound. She termed the relationship as poisonous. However, she is really happy now.

“To be honest I am happy. People say you are going through so much. I want to tell everyone I was going through a difficult time but now I am in a happy space. I was going through severe pain because of an infection, I got it operated and got it out of my body. There was an infection which was hurting me badly, I got it removed. People thought it was my hand, part of my body, but they need to understand it was poisonous and I had to take it out. And now, I am healthy again. Don’t think I am trying to portray myself happy, I am actually happy”, said the actress.

When asked how she managed to cope, Shweta says, “It’s easy for people to say, ‘Ladki ne hi kuch kiya hoga ya usme hi koi problem hogi, tabhi doosri shaadi bhi nahi chal payi’. When I got married at the peak of my career, people told me that it’s over for me. But I didn’t let people’s opinion penetrate my mind. I didn’t even care what my khandaan will say, who only asked me how I was doing once in five years. I just care about myself, my kids and my immediate family.”

She is very clear about what she wants to do in life. “If anyone tries to harm my family, they hold no importance in my life. I don’t give them attention. But whoever keeps my family happy, helps them grow, I will go that extra mile to do anything for them,” she adds.

She says, “I don’t think I’m very strong. I’ve weak moments, too, but that isn’t for the audience to see.”

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.