Shweta Tiwari’s Husband Abhinav Kohli Says ‘Forcefully Separated From Our Children’ After Palak Meets Her Father Raja Chaudhary
For the past few days, Shweta Tiwari and her estranged husband Abhinav Kohli are making the headlines after Shweta Tiwari made some shocking revelations. In an interview with Bollywood Bubble Shweta talked about going through her broken marriages with her kids and how she and her kids are coping with it all. A few days before her interview, Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak had shared a picture of her meeting with Raja Chaudhary after 13 years. Now, Abhinav Kohli has talked about the same and revealed that he has been forcefully separated from his children.
In an exclusive interview with Spotboye, Abhinav Kohli said, “I am very happy. And this should be a strong message not only to Shweta but all the parents realise from Palak and Raja’s meeting that even after you keep a child away for 13 years from the father. The child will meet and hug him and click a selfie which she did. Palak is such a makeup enthusiast, a fashion diva and so good with her styling. But did people notice a daughter’s face that day. No make-up and fashion, just love for her father. After 13 years also if your daughter is meeting her biological father with this much love then what is the point of keeping me away from my son?”
Abhinav also spoke about how a child is not asked about his/her wish whenever their is a dispute between parents. “I always want to say this to every parent who does this to their child. It is a futile battle which you will not win. In our society we have not given enough importance to our child. There is not enough legal support to a child. A child can be easily separated by their parents and both parents do it. I have read a lot of cases. The child has no say or feeling and is not allowed to say that I want to be with my father or mother. Kyunki Indian parents ko yahi lagta hai bacche ka kya hai royega chup ho jaayega. As a developing country we have to be foremost in bringing the law for the childrens being allowed to spend adequate time with his/her parents,” added Abhinav.
Denying that he sought Raja’s advice amid his tussle with Shweta, he said, “It’s not at all true. I definitely had a message conversation with Raja but the first one to initiate was him.” He said that Raja asked him about the ‘drama’, and he ‘told him everything’.”
“The pattern he and I had to go through. I told him that I used to think that you were wrong but today I realise that even I am being separated from my child. I will not say Raja was perfect and Shweta was at fault during their split. But I would definitely say one thing which is common between me and him that our children were forcefully separated. And depression of being separated from the child is very severe which I can tell you by my own experience,” he said.