Palak Tiwari Brutally Trolled For Her Ramp Walk, Netizen Says, “Maa Ki Tarah Hai Bilkul Over Confident” See Here!
Recently, Television actress Shweta Tiwari’s daughter, Palak Tiwari was mercilessly trolled for her ramp walk and was called nervous and awkward. The Bijlee girl, Palak Tiwari had become a commotion after her melodious song Bijlee-Bijlee with Hardy Sandhu had become a massive hit on social media. And ever since, she is leading the spotlight.
On January 21, 2022, Palak Tiwari was captured coming out of a restaurant and getting into a car with Saif Ali Khan’s elder son, Ibrahim Ali Khan. Caught the attention of the paparazzi that she was seen hiding her face, making it uncomfortable for Ibrahim, he was sitting beside her. When her pictures were looped on social media, the next day, Palak Tiwari had become a target of trolling with netizens’ awful comments. Check it out:
Now, Palak Tiwari grasped the limelight again as she turned showstopper for a designer, Eshaa Amiin at the Bombay Times Fashion Week 2022. Palak Tiwari donned a floral dress and yellow boots. Although netizens observed her ‘nervous’ ramp walk and trolled her mercilessly.
Some Called it the worst walk, a netizen wrote, “Worst walk ever seen”, while another commented, “Itna ganda ramp walk kya yaar celebrity hai acting Kro jesy dance gazab giya that apne album mai chalti kudi…. Something like that.” A user also commented that she is over confident as her mother Shweta Tiwari and wrote, “Maa ki Tarah hai bilkul over confident.”
Check out comments here:
In a conversation with RJ Siddharth Kannan, Palak Tiwari had spoken about her mom, Shweta Tiwari being the single working woman in her family. Also, Palak Tiwari had shared that she too wants to fulfill responsibilities with her mom, Shweta to provide for her half-brother Reyansh education and her Nana Nani’s medical bills. Speaking about the same, Palak had stated:
“Ultimate aim is to provide for my family in a way that they never have to worry about anything. Because my mom has always been a sole earner, and I want to take that pressure off her back. I really want to be capable enough and earn enough so that I can provide for my brother and his education throughout his life. I can provide for my mom, my nana’s medical bills and my nani’s medical bills. I hope they never come about. Anything that my family needs, I want to be the person they can rely on.”