Netizens call Palak Tiwari ‘Sukdi’ & ‘Malnourished’, Shweta Tiwari reacts!

Recently, during a conversation, Shweta Tiwari hit back at the haters like a total boss and said that they don’t care at all.

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Palak Tiwari, Shweta Tiwari’s daughter, has become a sensation even before making her Bollywood debut. The aspiring actress, who made a name for herself with his Punjabi song Bijlee Bijlee, which he co-wrote with Hardy Sandhu, is no less than a Bollywood diva. Palak has a large online fan base, and every time she shares a photo or video of herself looking lovely, it goes viral, leaving followers yearning for air. While the upcoming actress is adored by many, she has had to deal with the wrath of social media on several occasions.

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Because the star child is frequently targeted by trolls, her mother, actress Shweta Tiwari, lambasted the haters for spreading negativity and body-shaming her daughter when she posted a photo.

Recently, during a conversation, Shweta Tiwari hit back at the haters like a total boss and said that they don’t care at all. Reacting to the same, Shweta Tiwari told Bollywood Bubble, “Abhi bhi log bolte hain ‘ye kitni sukdi hai’ 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.”

She went on to add, “These days, Instagram is enough to troll people. They used words like skinny and malnourished and what not. I don’t care.” Shweta however revealed that these comments affect Palak as she often asks her, “Am I really that thin?’ and I say no. I tell her, ‘For your age, this is ok. As you grow older, your body will change’.”

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