5 Life Lessons You Must Learn From TV Actress Shweta Tiwari

Shweta Tiwari aka Prerna from Kasautii Zindagi Kay is a household name. She first made her mark with her stellar acting chops, and then survived in the league of stalwarts like Sakshi Tanwar and Smriti Irani when they were ruling TV. 

As she turns 37 today, it is a great day to look back on how this girl from outside the industry paved her way up the ladder of stupendous success, survived atrocities in personal life and fought back to start all over again in life. Here are five life lessons which you must learn from Shweta Tiwari. 

Never fear to compete against the best

5 Life Lessons You Must Learn From TV Actress Shweta Tiwari

Shweta made a mark as Prerna even when Sakshi Tanwar was ruling the roost on TV as Parvati Bhabhi and Smriti Irani as Tulsi Virani. She was equally popular! 

Juggling between careers like a pro!

5 Life Lessons You Must Learn From TV Actress Shweta Tiwari

She participated in reality shows like Nach Baliye, Khatron Ke Khiladi and acted in Bhojpuri movies while she juggled between shows and movies. 

She did not victimize herself

5 Life Lessons You Must Learn From TV Actress Shweta Tiwari

It is a popular fact that she was illtreated and assaulted by her ex husband Raja Chaudhary, but she came out of a bad marriage without looking back. 

She proved that a mother can do anything

Shweta took the custody of her daughter Palak and continued to work hard and earn a living despite all odds. She came out with flying colours amidst all gossip and problems that a single mother can face in our society. 

5 Life Lessons You Must Learn From TV Actress Shweta Tiwari

She never gave up, and gave love a second chance

Shweta was at a stage in life when anyone could have given up easily with so much to handle! She not only has a baby boy now, but she also got married to her friend Abhinav Kohli and her daughter Palak is all set to enter the industry. She's stood with her head held high and her career and personal life both are on track! 

Kudos to you Shweta!