Internet sensation and Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak has made her acting debut in the industry by a Tv advertisement. Shweta herself shared the ad on her Instagram profile where she considered herself a proud mommy.
By sharing it, Shweta captioned it: “ME = Proud Mom !!! @palaktiwarii.” The promotion shows Palak was discussing something with her mom as her parents are eating dinner. She also situated on a similar table; however, we have to assume that she is somewhere else. During the conversation, both are struggling to talk as their call keeps dropping. Whenever voice does travel, it takes longer. Palak, playing the role of daughter, keeps saying “hello” repeatedly to her parents.
18-year old Palak was going to make her film debut along with Taare Zameen Pe Fam kid actor Darsheel Safari in a film named Quickie. This movie should be the actual debut film of Darsheel as a grown-up. In June a year ago, Shweta had taken to Instagram to show the news and clear all the confusions. She had expressed that Palak was in Class 12 and her education was the major priority.
She had expressed: “For the past few months I constantly attacked by the questions about Quickie, and Palak’s debut. We really needed Quickie to be on the way to go but, the process was too protracted, and Palak’s 12th grade has started now. Therefore we decided it would be great if we retracted ourselves from the project since Palak’s education is paramount importance at this time. We wish Oddball the very best, but sadly we had to come to this conclusion. However, I assure you, Palak’s debut is coming soon.”
Palak is very active on Instagram also and continues posting selfies and other pictures. In one post, she had blamed by some Instagram users. A user had called her “botox-filled lips,” to which she had answered, saying: “I’m just 17, and not someone who’s in support of changing myself based on what the world May like or not. So, no Ma’am, this is a false accusation, and it’s because of such allegations that were going under the knife is supposing a trend, and is ultimately promoted. I’m not for it ma’am. Sorry for disappointing you. Have a good night and best wishes.”