Shweta Tripathi, the Mirzapur and Masan famed actress is one of a kind, and thus, we bring to you a little sneak peek into her life. Here are some of the facts that we think you probably didn’t know about your favourite actress.
She’s Jack of All Trades
Whether learning to surf or being a certified Scuba Diver, she has done it all. While she’s a successful actress and winning hearts, awards, and critics appreciation, she initially wanted to be a lawyer, but destiny has something else for her.
She’s Sporty From The Start
Being fit and flaunt less while being desi has been her mojo in the roles she has appeared in. When she was in school, she played Squash, and that’s how she got the fit body that she has today. At least it was the starting of it all.
She’s a Design Student
She’s an alumnus of NIFT, one of India’s finest institutions for fashion and design. She holds the degree of Bachelor of Design from NIFT for a 4-year course in Fashion Communication. Yes! Clothes, needles, and more once surrounded the character you saw holding guns.
Ultimate Love Story
Yes! She met the love of her life in the most unusual yet boring way possible. Her husband, who she tied the knot back in 2018, completed her on a flight, and you all know him from Gully Boy as Rapper Slow Cheeta or Chaitnya Sharma, to be precise.
Featured In Some of the Most Critically Acclaimed Roles
She has been part of some of the most critical works, and her performances are even remembered to this day. Now, here’s a list of movies and shows that either you must have already watched or should be on your list. Go on, take a look.
The epic story of cast affected India, and a sweet but tragedies love report where Shweta shows her natural charm with Vicky Kaushal. It is one of the most critically acclaimed films in Indian cinema.
The Guddu bhaiya and her mischiefs are equally matched by Golu or our Shweta. We don’t even feel like explaining this one, as you’ve probably heard enough of this by now—a worth watching.
The story of a school teacher who has married his student. Looks like a tragedy and a reason to call someone ‘Haraamkhor’? Well! Find out by watching the ultimate acting performance by Nawazudiin Siddiqui and Shweta Tripathi.
TVF Tripling (2016)
This one show about discovering life on the road is unique. Shweta plays the role of begum for a very old age prince and well! Her acting and strong dialogue delivery almost bring us to a profound realization.
The Suite Life of Karan & Kabir (2012–2013)
Inspired by Disney’s Suite Life of Zack and Cody, this is something every 90’s kid would have remembered growing up. She plays the essential part of receptionist/stewardess of the hotel and joins in all the fun with Karan and Kabir.
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