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Sometimes in the Worst of Situations, You Have Something to Celebrate: Shweta Tripathi

Despite 2020 being the year of Covid, Shweta has a steady line-up of releases, all on OTT platforms

Actress Shweta Tripathi has found reason to celebrate in the worst of situations amid the ongoing pandemic.

Despite 2020 being the year of Covid, Shweta has a steady line-up of releases, all on OTT platforms. After winning accolades for the digitally-released film “Raat Akeli Hai” and the web series “The Gone Game”, she is gearing up for the release of “Mirzapur” season two, and the OTT film, “Cargo”.

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“Sometimes in the worst of situations, you have something to celebrate. It has been a gloomy year, but thankfully the universe was exceedingly kind to me that some projects that I had worked on earlier got released,” Shweta said.

Shweta Tripathi: In worst of situations, you often have reason to celebrate
“It has been a gloomy year, but thankfully the universe was exceedingly kind to me that some projects that I had worked on earlier got released,” Shweta said. Pinterest

About her upcoming projects, she said: “It is a passion project. It is a sci-fi we have taken to multiple festivals across the world. It’s so satisfying to see Netflix pick it up and give it a worldwide release. And there is ‘Mirzapur’, the one project that fans can never stop asking us about.”

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Shweta promises her fans that second season of the crime drama “Mirzapur” will be “masterful” and “suspenseful”, adding: “Hardcore fans of the series are up for a ride. We have worked incredibly hard on the show. It’s a fine ensemble and (her character) Golu Gupta is the one of the carry-forward characters. It will be fun to watch the ladies having a ball of a time on screen this season.” (IANS)

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