TV actor Shweta Tiwari separated second time last year and since then she has been talking about how she has moved on without bothering much what the world has to say. Getting separated from her husband Abhinav Kohli, the actor had quoted,
There was an infection hurting me badly. I got it removed.
Until now, Abhinav who was accused of misconduct with Shweta’s daughter Palak — from first husband —has called himself:
Victim of the victim card.
He also says he was treated like a servant when he wanted to meet with his son.
An unverified instagram account @abhinav.kohli024 has been putting out several posts where he seems to be coming out with his side of the story. It all started almost a week ago, when Abhinav shared a video of Shweta along with her “Mere Dad Ki Dulhan” co-actor Fahmaan Khan.
Abhinav then shared a photograph of the actress and claimed that Shweta never filed a domestic complaint against him. He wrote:
I read a few news articles today it is not @shweta.tiwari who has made the complaint. She has not even one complaint of domestic violence against me nor a single complaint of me speaking badly to her daughter against me in the last 12 years that I know her.
He then shared a screen shot of his conversation with Shweta, whose number he had saved under the name of “Mrs. Cuddles Kohli”. The WhatsApp chat is reportedly dated April 12, 2020. Sharing the screenshot, Abhinav wrote:
This is our conversation on the 12th April 2020. Lavu/Lovu is Palak Tiwari. I am a victim of victim card.
Abhinav had posted a few pictures of Palak on his Instagram account, which did not go down well with Shweta, who took to the comment section and wrote:
STOP POSTING ABOUT MY DAUGHTER!!!! THIS IS HARASSMENT. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU DID.
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He took a photograph of her comment and captioned:
@shweta.tiwari AND WHY HAVEN’T YOU FILED FOR DIVORCE TILL DATE.
Abhinav and Shweta have a son named Reyaansh. He recently shared a video of his son playing with a toy gun. Abhinav quoted,
A part of my whole world. I will get arrested as many times to give you complete growth and happiness my pyaaru.
Abhinav Kohli Wants To Reconcile With Shweta
Earlier, according to reports in the media, Shweta Tiwari had revealed that she has been separated from her husband. She had told a media portal that she lives with daughter Palak and son Reyaansh.
However, Abhinav Kohli suddenly started posting pictures this month with Shweta and the kids. A media portal asked Abhinav as to why was he doing so, he revealed that he wants to reconcile with Shweta. He further said that the reason behind his posts on social media is because he wants to reach out to her and meet their son.
Father Wants To Meet Son
Abhinav told a media portal that due to COVID 19 and lockdown, he followed the guidelines and refrained from meeting his son who lives with Shweta in the same society. However, he kept in touch with him through video calls. He further said that since the past one month, Shweta has blocked him from everywhere including Whatsapp.
Abhinav told a media portal that he misses seeing and talking to his son. Therefore, he resorted to social media to reach out to Shweta and family. He further said that he is using social media to present his side of the story.
The actor further told a media portal that he does not want his relationship with his wife to affect his young children in any way. He also said that he understands how young minds get affected by all this and therefore wants to protect his kids. Moreover, he said that being a single parent is tough as the void of the other parent cannot be filled by a single parent.
Shweta was earlier married to Raja Chaudhary. The actress divorced Raja, accusing him of domestic violence, and married Abhinav Kohli in 2013. Even in the previous divorce, Shweta took custody of their daughter from Raja.
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