Shweta Tiwari is the well known face of Indian Television. She has worked both in films and T.V. serials. She was born to Nirmala and Ashok Tiwari on 4 October 1980 in Pratapgarth, Uttar Pradesh, but brought up in Mumbai. She got her education from St. Isabel School in Mumbai and Burhanis College in Malegaon. She worked in travel agency, at the age of 12 and earned Rs.500-/per month.
She tied the knot of marriage in the year 1998 with Raja Chaudhary. Then she gave a birth to a princess named Palak on 8th October, 2000. Her marriage was not successful so she got divorced in the year 2007, because of domestic violence. Now she is married to Abhinav Kohli.

She got famous with the title Prena in the serial Kasautii Zindigi Kay. It was romantic drama by Ekta Kapoor which ran about 7 years long. The show was based on the love between Prena and Anurag Basu. But they were never united because of Komolika. They separated throughout their lives and got united when they were dead.
 She has also won 1crore rupees in the reality show Big Boss 4 on 8 January 2011. She has also worked in Parwarish Kuch Khatee Meethi. The serial was based on the relation between parents and their child. She was shown as strict mother of 2 children. She was a perfect mother and a perfect wife in the serial.

In Baal Veer, her role was negative. She was named as Maha Bhasm Pari. She was very excited about her negative role in Baal Veer. In the serial, she uses her evil power to destroy Parilok. She has a unique power which can manipulate human mind and force it to do what she wants.

She has also worked in Bhojpuri and Bollywood cinema. She has also done many advertisements, plays and dance shows. She was seen as a judge in the reality show Aajaa Mahi Vay. She is also hosting the new sections of Savdan India.
Shweta Munshi Hindi Actress

Shweta Munshi

Shweta Munshi is a well-known face of Indian T.V. She is born in a Maharashtrian family. She is around 30 years old. She got married to Ratikant Behera in 2012. He is a well-known businessman in Pune. Ratikant belongs to Orissa and she is a Marathi girl so their marriage was held in both the traditions. She started her career with the serial Kyunki Jeena Issi Ka Naam Hai which was telecasted on Doordarshan, as Savita. Savita was a metro girl who tries to do public service and unknowingly she steps into her own place i.e. Rajpura. She had a caring nature in the serial and her role was very expressive. But her career got the much-needed boost with the show Maayke Se Bandhi Dor which was aired on Star Plus. Her character name in that serial was Avni as Bhaskar’s wife (Rohit Khurana). She was casted as a lead role for this show as Avani. She was honest assistant to her boss in the serial. She holds all the responsibilities of the family. The only thing she misses in her life was romance. She has also played a cameo as Arpita in Punar Vivah season 1, a show on Zee TV. She played the role of Yash’s 1st (dead) wife. Now days, she is seen as Prabha in Bandhan Saari Umar Hamein Saag Rehna Hai on Zee TV. In the serial she is playing the role of Aditya Redij’s wife and a mother of a little and cute girl Darpan and a big-small elephant named Ganesh. This serial is based on a bonding between brother and sister.   Another Version of This Bio: Shweta Munshi was born in a Maharashtrian family. She is a renowned face of Indian television. She started her career with a show that was telecasted on Doordarshan ' Kyunki Jeena Issi Ka Naam Hai' and later she appeared on the TV show - 'Maayke Se Bandhi Dor' on Star Plus. It was her first role as a lead that helped her to heighten her career in acting. Later, she was seen on Zee TV's popular show 'Punar Vivah'. She also played a small role in 'Fear Files', and the gossips are circulating that she is soon going to join a Maharashtrian show. Currently, she is doing the role of Prabha in Zee Tv's new show 'Bandhan'. In 2012, Shweta got married to Ratikant Behera, who is a business person settled in Pune. Shweta is a Maharashtrian and her husband Ratikant is from Orissa, so their marriage was held as per Maharashtrian and Oriya traditions.