Shweta Tiwari twins with daughter Palak in red and white; actress Rati Pandey’s reaction is all of us

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  • Shweta Tiwari shared a gorgeous photo with her daughter Palak Tiwari
  • The mother-daughter duo twinned in red and white
  • Shweta just celebrated her birthday yesterday, October 4

One of the cutest mother-daughter duos in Indian television is Shweta Tiwari and her darling girl Palak Tiwari. Their photos on social media are a hit among their fans and the two never fail to get netizens excited with their awesome chemistry. From their fashion choices to their cute shenanigans, the duo often makes us feel like they are best friends.

Palak is Shweta and her first husband Raja Chaudhary’s daughter. Shweta celebrated her birthday yesterday, October 4, and it seems that she went on a girls-day-out with her darling daughter. Sharing a photo from her birthday on Instagram, the actress was seen posing stylishly and happily with Palak.

The mother-daughter duo twinned in red and blue. While Shweta wore a peplum red top with smocked sleeves and a pair of distressed white jeans with red shoes, Palak donned a one-shouldered red top and white high-waisted bell-bottom pants with white strappy heels. The two posed in their masks and looked gorgeous.

In the caption, Shweta tagged Palak and dropped many heart emojis. The picture has now received thousands of likes and fans can’t stop appreciating the post. So much so that Miley Jab Hum Tum actress Rati Pandey dropped a sweet comment with quite a few fire emojis. She wrote, “what a combination.”

Check out the post below

 

 

On the work front, Shweta is still remembered for her iconic role as Prerna in Kasautii Zindagii Kay. She was last seen in playing Guneet Sikka in Mere Dad Ki Dulhan.

Meanwhile, The 19-year-old star kid is following in her mom’s footsteps and will be seen in the movie, Rosie. Directed by Vishal Mishra, Rosie is a film based on true events that took place in Gurgaon. Palak will play the titular role of the movie. Rosie is set to go on floors later this year.

 

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