A mother's biggest treasure is her daughter! 'Mama Bears' share a purest and strongest relationship with their baby bears. A mother is the first hero of a daughter, first woman she idolises and the first teacher. Then there will come a day when the roles will be reversed and your daughter will become your teacher, your hero and above all your best friend. She will happily teach you how to use the smartphones and will force you to change your style and be part of the millennial generation. And an exactly similar relationship is shared between television actress, Shweta Tiwari and her daughter, Palak Tiwari. (Recommend Read: Arjun Rampal Gives A Partial Glimpse Of Son, Arik Rampal While 'Chilling With His Boys')
Shweta Tiwari is hailed as television's favourite bahu, thanks to her acting stint as Prerna in Kasautii Zindagii Kay. While she has seen tremendous success in her career, her personal life wasn't a bed of roses. She had faced domestic violence in her marriage with Raja Chaudhary and then the same incident happened in her second marriage with Abhinav Kohli. Despite it all, one person that stood with her in the difficult and happy times was her daughter (from first marriage), Palak Tiwari. The mother-daughter duo keeps on sharing their love for each other and snippets from their life on their Instagram feeds.
On February 6, 2020, Shweta took to her Instagram handle and posted a picture with Palak. And we cannot ignore the uncanny resemblance that the mother-daughter duo shared. Shweta and Palak were dressed in matching black t-shirts. Along with the picture, the actress wrote, "Nothing but Sandy Skin and Summer Smiles! #etherealgirl @palaktiwarii". Take a look at the picture below:
Shweta shares a beautiful bond with her daughter. In an interaction with the Hindustan Times, Shweta had shared that it was her family, who made her strong in the times of need. After all, she is a parent and she is the one, who has to raise her daughter (Palak) and son (Reyansh). She had also added that she draws her strength from her daughter, Palak, who has taken care of her like her own mother. (Also Read: Taimur Ali Khan Engrossed In Colouring Book And Passionately Playing Drums Prove He Is A Born Artist)
Shweta had also opened up on how her daughter was dragged in the middle of the whole tittle-tattle and had stated, "Some people said ‘disturbed family ke bachche bahut disturbed hote hai’. But that’s not true at all. Palak is a very poised and polished girl. She has been getting many acting offers but her focus is very clear. Right now, she is studying, working on her fitness, learning horse riding and kickboxing."
Earlier, in an interview with The Times of India, Shweta had shared that Palak is a far better actress than her, giving us a glimpse of their beautiful bond. She had also stated that her daughter doesn't want to be like her or has an aspiration of being compared to her. She was quoted as saying, "No, she doesn't feel that way at all. Because she feels her acting, her spirit is very different from me. I am a desh ki bahu, she doesn't want to be a bahu. She didn't want to do anything which is very close to my work. She is much better at acting than me. I am not saying because she is my daughter." (Don't Miss: Sakshi Dhoni Wishes Her 'Little One', Ziva Dhoni On Her 5th Birthday With A Throwback Family Picture)
Well, what do you think about Shweta and Palak's uncanny resemblance!