Shweta Tiwari on her daughter Palak’s debut: ‘She wants to sound like Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan
Actor Shweta Tiwari, who has just made a successful comeback on television with her show Mere Dad Ki Dulhan, opposite Varun Badola, is being faced with queries about her daughter Palak’s screen debut. The actor, who ended her three-year-long sabbatical a few months after announcing her separation with husband Abhinav Kohli, says that the teenager has not signed her first project yet.

Putting all the speculations to rest, Shweta told Hindustan Times in an interview, “She’s waiting for a right project to come. She also wants to finish her studies first. She doesn’t want to hop into her career without proper education. She wants to take a degree and then start working. What she keeps saying is ‘When people come to interview me, I want to sound like Amit (Amitabh Bachchan) ji and Shah Rukh Khan, larger than life. I want to be well-read, I want to sound educated.’”
On being asked if she shares her own work experience with her daughter, Shweta said, “I do guide her only when she comes to me. Otherwise, I feel she is very mature and knows exactly what she wants. The kind of exposure that is there these days around us, they already know so much.”
Shweta Tiwari on her daughter Palak’s debut: ‘She wants to sound like Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan Actor Shweta Tiwari, who has just made a successful comeback on television with her show Mere Dad Ki Dulhan, opposite Varun Badola, is being faced with queries about her daughter Palak’s screen debut. The actor, who ended her three-year-long sabbatical a few months after announcing her separation with husband Abhinav Kohli, says that the teenager has not signed her first project yet. Putting all the speculations to rest, Shweta told Hindustan Times in an interview, “She’s waiting for a right project to come. She also wants to finish her studies first. She doesn’t want to hop into her career without proper education. She wants to take a degree and then start working. What she keeps saying is ‘When people come to interview me, I want to sound like Amit (Amitabh Bachchan) ji and Shah Rukh Khan, larger than life. I want to be well-read, I want to sound educated.’” On being asked if she shares her own work experience with her daughter, Shweta said, “I do guide her only when she comes to me. Otherwise, I feel she is very mature and knows exactly what she wants. The kind of exposure that is there these days around us, they already know so much.”
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