Varun Badola and Shweta Tiwari definitely make the best out of their time on the sets of ‘Mere Dad Ki dulhan’, and Shweta Tiwari has a proof to that. Shweta’s latest post shows us that both the actors share a great camaraderie. Recently, Shweta Tiwari posted a picture from the sets, a behind-the-scenes photo, wherein she was reading a book between shots. For the same, Varun turned lightman to help her read better. The actress jokingly wrote, “Let there be Light @badolavarun #bts #mdkd.”
The post and caption led to a hilarious banter between Varun and Shweta. Varun commented saying “Madam apna Make Up, Hairstylist, Driver aur Lightman saath lekar chalti hain.” To this Shweta replied, “Aur sabse jyada expensiva mera Lightman hai.” Well the banter didn’t stop there, after this Varun replied saying ” “Pehle shaagird, Ustaadon ka hukka bharte the. Madam Hukka nahin peetin to hum light de rahe hain.”
Shweta Tiwari, in a recent interview, revealed that she has worked as an RJ with a popular radio station for almost a year before becoming an actress and was happy to re-live those days on her show. Actress Shweta Tiwari recently did a radio gig for a television show. Her show Mere Dad Ki Dulhan takes a bleak turn where her character Guneet is left heartbroken after a twist of events. In order to distract herself from reality, she goes ahead and does a radio gig. In the gig, she tries sharing her story of heartbreak and deception, to help other women.
Recently, Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak Tiwari’s debut also had the headlines to itself. It is known that Palak Tiwari will be seen in Vivek Oberoi’s Rosie: The Saffron Chapter. The first poster of the same is out.
It is after a long time that Shweta and Varun have come together for a television show. The two are seen as Gurneet Sikka and Ambar Sharma on it, respectively. Anjali Tartari plays Varun’s reel daughter, Niya.