Shweta Tiwari is currently seen as Katrina Mishra in
Star Plus' Mad In India. The actress, who rose to fame as Prerna in Kasautii
Zindagi Kay, has been applauded by the masses for her acting talent not only
then but now as well. Shweta who had a troubled married life, is now blissfully
settled in her life once again.
The latter's break up with the actor Raja Chaudhari
indeed were making a headlines however, Shweta has taken a step ahead and is
happy with her second married life with actor Abhinav Kohli.
Despite going through many ups and downs in her life and being a victim of a domestic violence, Shweta proved to be a doting as well as strict mother who has left no stone unturned in her daughter's upbringing. Thus she is a woman who never broke down in any tough situation. She is grateful to Ekta Kapoor who is again a strong woman in the industry. Shweta has set an example for other women that they should always fight for their rights and never lose hope under any circumstances.
When we quizzed Shweta to know more about the development and progression of women of our country, she says, "Frankly speaking there is no development at all, not only India but throughout the world there isn't any improvement in the condition of women in any country. It's really important for women to take care of themselves anywhere they go. I have been to Paris even that is not safe at all. Aurtoon ki security unke khudke haath mai hoti hai. You must take your own safety measure instead of only seeking help from police or others. They will help you but first you must help yourself. Try to keep yourself safe."
As Shweta was going through in one of the most
crucial phases of her life, when we asked her about how did lens a support to her
during her hard time? For this Shweta replies, "I had too many women to handle
me and that is the reason I was able to handle my situation, because it's not
easy to handle such situations. I had my mom and most importantly Ekta Kapoor
and Shobha Kapoor the way they handled me cannot be expressed. They never pressurized
me to come on time on shoot or anything as such. I used to reach at 6 pm on the
sets of Kausauti Zindagi Ki for shooting, where I was supposed to reach at 6am.
Main bhatakti rehti thi bhaagti rehti thi sometimes from the media and
sometimes from my ex-husband. Sandeep Singh Siddhu who was Ekta and Shobha Aunty's
lawyer and Saaketh who used to handle their production was there with me 24/7
to look after me. I used to be so stressed that I used to do unexpected things
like I used to get off my car and start running on the road and these two guys
used to run behind me. Ekta and Shobha knew everything about me that where I
was, what I was doing. I cannot forget their favor throughout my life. They did
a lot for me"
She is highly obliged with her ex producer Ekta
Kapoor's gesture to support her and who empathized with her in her tough situation.
Shweta says her loved ones were very kind towards and never really cribbed
about her problems which had arised because of her, "In the earlier time, sets
of the shows were interlinked and were divided with a shutter which used to be
closed permanently. Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki setup was next to our set of Kasautii Zindagii Kay. So whenever Raja created a chaos outside the set, Ekta used to give
a call and used to let the shutter open for me so that I can run out from the
place and escape. She has done that for me and I am so obliged. They never gave
me stress that they are facing problem in shooting because of me. My mother
never told me that because of me Raja is creating scenes every day in the
building. And most importantly I had money to hire a good lawyer for myself.
Thus I was able to tackle situation and today I am here happy with a loving
husband and a daughter."
Lastly Shweta conveys a very inspirational message
to the other women who are also going through the bad phase in their lives as
she says, "I can't say that all the ladies going through an awful situation
should take these steps because situations may differ but I only want to say
that don't take any wrong step or harm yourself when you are under depression.
Be strong and try to handle it."
Well said Shweta and we completely agree with your views. So we at TellyBuzz wish you all a very Happy Women's Day!