Television Actress Shweta Tiwari Debuts Web Industry With Bold Avatar

Publish On: 12 Dec, 2019 03:06 PM | Updated   |   Arnima  

Mumbai: Television actress Shweta Tiwari, who had taken a break from the industry to enjoy her motherhood, has now planned a bold comeback.

The actress, while currently being seen in Sony TV's show 'Mere Dad Ki Dulhan' would now be debuting the online streaming industry with her upcoming series 'Hum, Tum and Them'. This Ekta Kapoor web series will see Shweta in the most glamorous character of hers till now. The television actress will be seen doing intimate scenes on screen for the first time.

Shweta is considered as one of the beautiful and talented actresses the television industry has. She had taken break from the industry post &tv's Begusarai and was enjoying motherhood with her newly born son. She has now made her comeback and is seen opposite Varun Badola on screen and has also made her debut in web series through Alt Balaji. Shweta will play the female lead in the web series 'Hum, Tum and Them' opposite Akshay Oberoi.

While talking about her show Shweta said that she was hesitant to do bold and intimate scenes and had even locked herself up in the vanity van. "I used to lock myself up and cry," said the actress.

Shweta was so uncomfortable with the bold scenes that she even had mood swings during the shoot. The actress used to leave the shoot in middle and get herself locked up inside her Vanity. Shweta stated that it was her daughter who gave her the confidence and convinced her for the shoot.

Actress Shweta Tiwari said that she knew that the script had kissing scenes and had discussed it with her family earlier, still she had to go through all the uncomfort. "It was my daughter Palak who then came forward and said that kissing on-screen is not a big deal," said Shweta.

Shweta also appreciated the efforts her co-actor Akshay did put up in order to make her comfortable for the romantic scenes. The actress said, "I think if it would not have been Akshay, I may not have been able to do such scenes on-screen."