Shweta Tiwari turns up the heat in a pink pantsuit and bralette
Actress Shweta Tiwari knows how to grab eyeballs. Her fashion game is always on point and she looks stunner in whatever she wears. The diva today posted a few pictures of her in a hot pink pantsuit. She teamed up the pantsuit with a matching bralette and oh boy, she looked so gorgeous in it. The pantsuit is by designer Ranbir Mukherjee. Also, her toned abs in the pics caught our attention.
Styled by Victor Robinson and Sohail Mughal, Shweta rounded off her look with minimalist jewellery by VIARI. She wore subtle makeup and kept her hair open.
Take a look at the pictures here.
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Shweta’s industry friends Karanvir Bohra, Arjun Bijlani, Varun Sood, and others commented on her post. Her Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 co-contestant Arjun Bijlani wrote “Abs” with a fire emoji. Varun also dropped fire emojis and Karanvir wrote, “Next level” with a fire emoji.
A few months back, Shweta surprised everyone with her physical transformation, and all thanks to her rigorous training. Earlier, in an exclusive chat with Bollywood Bubble, the Kasautii Zindagii Kay actress spoke about her transformation.
Shweta said, “After my second delivery, I had put on a lot of weight. I was 73 at that point in time and when I got Hum Tum and Them, they wanted me to lose weight as they needed me to fit in a particular size. So I started working hard to fit in that size. During that time I realised that I have shoulder pain. I had never lifted weights in my life so I didn’t have any muscle strength. So my shoulders started paining at that time. By the time Mere Dad Ki Dulhan came, my pain escalated and converted into a frozen shoulder. There were times while shooting or while taking care of my child the pain would affect me severely. I started using an arm cast while shooting. Then I started physiotherapy and it was then when I was told that I have no muscle strength so how would I handle it? They told me to start training, go for pilates and weight workout to heal my shoulder. So I started weight training and that’s when I started liking it. I started feeling strong. Then my daughter said, ‘Dude this is your business, this is your career. You are not over yet. Hire a good trainer. Go get a good trainer. Pay money Baby and get yourself fit.’ Then I said, ‘Yeah you are right.’ Palak also said, ‘Don’t go to a trainer, they want you to keep training all their life. They will not make your body, go to a transformer who can transform you in like few months’. That’s when I got hold of Prasad. I said, ‘I will pay you, dude. You just get me fit.’”
You can watch the full interview here.