"Ask your daughter as well not to do such things."
Shweta Tiwari posted a series of poolside pictures with her six-year-old son Reyansh. However, she was brutally trolled for wearing a swimsuit.
For the day, Shweta wore a pink halterneck swimsuit with polka dots.
The polka dots added a fun element to the pool day as well as the addition of a plunging neckline.
She opted for light eyeliner and even added a flower in her hair.
Shweta enjoyed her time with Reyansh, who had fun in a rubber ring.
The mother and son smiled as they played in the pool.
Shweta captioned the post: “Day out!”
Some users loved the pictures.
One user wrote: “Defying age with beauty and fitness.”
Another said: “Wow beautiful looks.”
However, the mother was subjected to trolling for wearing a swimsuit in front of her son.
Claiming her outfit was too revealing, one said:
“You are wearing such clothes in front of your son, shame on you.”
Whilst criticising her, some brought Shweta’s daughter Palak Tiwari into the conversation, claiming that Shweta is to blame for Palak’s social media posts.
On a number of occasions, Palak has been accused of wearing revealing outfits.
One netizen commented: “You have big kids, have some shame.
“You are showing off your body, this is not right. Ask your daughter as well not to do such things.”
Another user wrote: “You are showing your body, it’s wrong. Make your daughter understand that she also posts dirty pictures.”
Some users came out in support of Shweta, stating that she is not a bad influence on her children.
Shweta Tiwari previously opened up about how difficult it is to balance personal and professional life in this industry.
She shared how she dedicates time to her son Reyansh. She said:
“On Main Hoon Aparajita I get time in between and on the set we have vanity vans which had two compartments.
“My one room is always ready for my son. He goes to school and then comes back to the sets directly in the evening.”
“He stays with me on the sets, has his food, does his homework and returns home with me, has dinner and sleep.
“During the day I have help from my nanny, his maternal grandmother, my daughter, so they take care of him. When he comes on the sets, I take over.”