Watch: Abhinav Kohli alleges estranged wife Shweta Tiwari is 'torturing' son Reyansh
Watch: Abhinav Kohli alleges estranged wife Shweta Tiwari is 'torturing' son Reyansh

Shweta Tiwari's estranged husband Abhinav Kohli, who had recently claimed that the popular Television actress is not allowing him to meet his son Reyansh, has now alleged that the popular Television actress has been 'torturing' her 3-year-old toddler.

In a video that Kohli shared on Instagram, he's seen ringing Tiwari's doorbell and banging the door as he calls out her name, saying, "Pyaaru! Darwaza kholo, mujhe Pyaaru se milne do, kyun kar rahe ho yeh?"

"This is the thing. Aap ek aadmi ko itna tang kar do, itna thaka do ke woh bechara helpless hoke koi galat kaam kar baithe," he says in the video, adding, "Bachcha andar hoga bechara. Agar Shweta kahin bahar gayi hui hai, toh bachche ko unhone bandh kiya hoga iss kamre mein. Aane nahi de rahe honge."

Abhinav Kohli also alleged that he met Reyansh earlier in the day and his son seemed so scared and low.

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In another post, he shared a screenshot of his message to Shweta Tiwari, it reads, "Today I came nobody responded where is the baby. I called you why didn’t you pick up. Have you closed the baby in the room. Have you put him in Jail. You just now made me meet him and now again vanished. Is he with you or you have asked to lock him inside. Why are you torturing the poor guy? You will ruin him like this."

'Torture', he wrote in the caption.

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Earlier, in an interaction with E Times, he'd said that since October 25, Reyansh has been missing and he doesn’t know his whereabouts. He added that Shweta took his son to an undisclosed location and has been ignoring his calls.

He also alleged that the actress has blocked him and hasn’t seen his son for the last 5 days.

Earlier, Abhinav claimed that Shweta treated him 'like a servant' and made him run errands, while she was busy shooting "Mere Dad Ki Dulhan".

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