EXCLUSIVE: Shweta Tiwari on social judgements for FAILED marriages: People call me a ‘gold digger’
Shweta Tiwari’s life has been no less than a roller coaster. She has been hit by the lowest lows in her personal life, especially her two marriages. From battling physical abuse in her first marriage, to now fighting a legal case for her second broken marriage, Shweta has gone through a lot. Shweta Tiwari has dealt with a lot of social judgement. Now, in an exclusive tell-all chat with Bollywood Bubble, Shweta Tiwari has opened up about facing social judgements and being called names by people for her two failed marriages.
Venting her heart out on social judgement, Shweta Tiwari shared, “People say, ‘Isko toh aadat hai shaadi karke phir divorce dene ki.” (She is habituated to marrying and then filing for divorce). Shweta reacts to the comments saying, “Shaadi koi aadat nahi hoti. Shaadi koi shauq k liye nahi karta. Shaadi tabhi karte hai, jab usko settle hona hota hai.”
“People also call me a ‘gold digger’ and I don’t understand why, as I have got. But, people, they say all these things to me. I think they don’t know that one does not need to get married to have a child. But people still say, ‘Yeh bhi aisi hogi, iske bache bhi ais honge, isko toh aadat hai, yeh to characterless hai, isko 50 producers milte hai, isliye pati ko chodd diya.’ I don’t understand all these remarks,” Shweta revealed.
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Shweta Tiwari’s kids, Palak and Reyansh have been her biggest motivation during the rough phases of her life. With Shweta, the little one’s are also facing all the challenges. While she knows her kids are strong, being a mother Shweta does not want them to suffer because of her mistakes. Talking about fighting legal battles and its impact on her children, Shweta shared, “I don’t want my kids to go through this, but I have to do this. To take a stand for yourself, and to get yourself out of the mess, is the only way. Some people don’t understand other ways to sort things. And when you choose this path, then people judge you.”
Expressing her concern, she added, “I just think when my kids grow up, I don’t know if they will go into a better world or the worst world. But I’m happy that they are witnessing all this and getting stronger at a young age. They are learning from my journey, and they will start, where I have ended.”