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Raja Chaudhary, Shweta Tiwari’s ex-husband, has moved to Mumbai, to spend more time with daughter Palak Tiwari

Raja Chaudhary, Shweta Tiwari’s ex-husband, has returned to Mumbai to spend more time with his daughter Palak, whom he last saw in March 2020. Raja celebrated his birthday with Palak, who cooked him a cake, according to an Etimes report. Palak returned home in the early hours of the morning after they had talked for hours.

Giving details about how the birthday celebration took place, Raja said, “My birthday was really special as I was celebrating it with Palak. She had got a cake for me and we chatted for hours. Time kaise nikal gaya pata hi nahi chala. She went back home in the wee hours of the morning.”

“I am a very good cook. And I wanted to prove it to Palak too. So I prepared a lavish meal for the two of us and we both spent some quality time together,” he said.

Raja was so taken aback by the meeting that he has decided to stay in Mumbai to be closer to his daughter.

“The meeting made me realise how hungry I am for my daughter’s love. I really want her in my life. And so it was that night that I decided that I will now stay in Mumbai and revive my acting career. I already have a house in Mumbai. I now need to earn money for my living,” Raja was quoted as saying by SpotboyE.

Raja has started working on his physique as he prepares to hunt for work to support himself, followed by auditioning for positions on several platforms.

“I have already started to work on my physique and have started auditioning for roles in TV, films, and also web series. I will do any role as this time my aim is not to earn money or get famous, it is to stay in Mumbai so that I can be more close to my daughter Palak and enjoy more such memorable evenings,” Raja concluded.

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