"Had the best time at St Regis Mumbai"
Palak Tiwari looked stunning as she posed in a bikini for some poolside pictures.
The 21-year-old enjoyed a weekend away at the five-star St Regis Mumbai.
During that time, Palak relaxed in the pool, looking gorgeous as she did so.
Wearing a red bikini, Palak gazed into the camera.
She showed off her slender figure in the two-piece, accessorising her look with hooped earrings.
Palak opted for minimal makeup that included blusher and light pink lipstick.
She contrasted her bright bikini with grey nail polish.
Palak captioned the post: “Weekend dump.
“Had the best time at St Regis Mumbai with lots of food and lots of rest.”
The post received over 250,000 likes and unsurprisingly, fans loved her bikini look.
One person said: “So hot.”
Another wrote: “The stunning beauty.”
A third commented: “Your figure is outstanding.”
Actor Vikaas Kalantri wrote:
“Looks like someone had a great time.”
Many others posted love heart and fire emojis.
Palak’s post also included short video clips of herself relaxing in the pool as well as a makeup-free picture of herself in her hotel room.
She looked particularly alluring while out for dinner, wearing a beige puff sleeve top.
On the work front, Palak Tiwari became an overnight sensation following the release of her music video ‘Bijlee Bijlee‘ with Harrdy Sandhu.
She is set to make her Bollywood debut in Rosie: The Saffron Chapter opposite Vivek Oberoi.
Although fans loved Palak’s bikini look, there have been some people who have skinny-shamed her.
Her mother Shweta Tiwari addressed the comments and said:
“Even now people say she is so skinny but I never say anything to her.
“That’s how you are, and you look pretty. You are healthy, you can run, your vitals are good.
“So, as long as she is healthy, she is good, I don’t care what kind of body she has.
“These days, Instagram is enough to troll people. They used words like skinny and malnourished and what not. I don’t care.”
Shweta went on to say that she is reassured by the fact that Palak does not take such comments seriously. But at times, Palak gets annoyed by them.
Shweta added: “She says ‘am I really that thin?’ and I say no. I tell her, ‘For your age, this is ok. As you grow older, your body will change’.”