EXCLUSIVE: Shweta Tiwari: I am not always positive, I do get fed up but my children keep me going

During an exclusive chat with Pinkvilla, we asked Shweta Tiwari how does she manage to stay positive and smiling with all the chaos around her.
Shweta Tiwari on her bond with her kids EXCLUSIVE: Shweta Tiwari: I am not always positive, I do get fed up but my children keep me going
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Shweta Tiwari's journey has not been a smooth one. While professionally she has only grown, her personal life has been full of rocks but the actress has managed to put up a brave face always and exude positivity even in her lows. Currently a single mother to Reyaansh and Palak Tiwari, Shweta is an inspiration to many. During an exclusive chat with Pinkvilla, we asked Shweta how does she manage to stay positive and smiling with all the chaos around her. 

To this, Shweta told us, "Honestly, I am not always positive. I do get tired, fed up with everything, and wonder when will all the hurdles end in life? But since childhood, I have believed in the saying that the bad times pass, just like the good times are not meant forever. I believe that both the good and the bad days happen in balance and has to end one day. So, when I am facing days which are particularly heavy and bad, I motivate myself to keep going, knowing this will pass making way for the good days."

She continued, "I wait for the good day to come and keep moving with a smile on my face. Secondly, my kids are the biggest reason for this positivity. When they see me sad, they get affected and become sad and get scared, so I try to be happy in front of them and pretend at times that I am unaffected by all that is happening around me. When my kids look at me, they think there is nothing in the world that my mother cannot handle and they are happy when they see me happy. That, for me, is my biggest motivation."

She also reiterated that her love for kids and wanting to see them happy makes her stronger each day. "Yes, I do get tired and feel exhausted. I sometimes feel even they smile for me, as I smile for them. It is this love for each other that keeps us strong and going."

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Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Palak was getting too bold and I think Abhinav tried to be strict with her... Shweta has over reacted to it all.. Trying to keep the son away from the father..come on shweta !wake up time and take a look at the whole picture.....make amends...you're not a teenager....be responsible

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

I personally feel ..palak was getting too bold and Abhinav who actually was getting strict with her is bearing the brunt of things...there is more to the story...shweta cant be head strong and keep the son away from the father..

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Well done Shweta. You are a resilient woman. Stay strong and proud. No need for self-pity or playing victim like many who criticize you would. Yes. You are right. There are good and bad days in everyone's life. May your kids bring you much joy, love and fulfillment. There's no greater blessing.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Abhinav should not be washing his dirty linen in public.

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

You don't know the real story so stop judging and mind your business!

Anonymous 2 weeks ago

Shweta really need to behave her age. She’s comparing herself to her daughter. Also please let kids father visit him. History looks like repeating itself . Always men r not wrong and stop blaming them . Correct yourself first and then preach in your shows