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From Bollywood to OTT, actress Shweta Tripathi is the one who rules her every space and she makes sure that she is enjoying whatever she is doing. The actress, who made her debut with a teen drama in 2009, is now one of the most bankable and popular faces on OTT and has also given hitmakers on the big screen. In a free-wheeling chat with News18.com, she opened up about her working process and shared that she never wants to limit herself to any platform as an actor.

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Talking about her transition from the big screen to OTT, the Escape Live actress said, “When you do a feature film, it ends soon, but with a series, it goes on for some time. Is. I did Golu (Mirzapur) five years ago and then season 2 happened and the third season is about to come. With time, you improve as a human being and also as an actor. Now the challenge is to match that and take everything forward. OTT goes into more layers as people have more time. It is like making 2-3 feature films which is a huge responsibility. Also, when an episode ends, there is definitely a hook in it that will bring people back to the second episode. So there is pressure.”

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Shweta further added that she feels that if she enjoys working on something, her audience will enjoy watching it too. This is the reason the Masaan actress says she never wants to force herself to do similar things. “I feel that if I enjoy working on something then my audience will feel the same amount of happiness after seeing my work. So I don’t limit myself to any platform. I recently did an audio series, Batman, on Spotify. I’ve never done anything like this before and it was amazing. And I think there is a need to push myself as an actor as well. The more you explore, the more you grow. So that’s my lesson from all these stories.”

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One of his much awaited series Mirzapur is back with its third season and the announcement of the same has piqued the interest of his fans. Talking about his character Golu, he excitedly said that this time things are going to be even better.

“It’s going to be extremely enjoyable, that’s all I can say. I love Golu and I’ve learned a lot from him. I take a lot out of my characters and it’s great to be back. In fact, who we are, our goals, are an extension of our personality. so it’s gonna be fun,

The actress was recently seen in the web series Escape Live, where she played the role of Sunaina, a character she calls herself. The show primarily revolves around how the obsession with social media can go wrong in dangerous ways. When asked how she distances herself from social media toxicity, Shweta said, “It has become our habit that no matter how good people tell us, a negative or nonsense comment always strikes us the most. So I guess why should we give so much power to one person? God knows what a person is going through, whether they are in a good mood, or have eaten something? That’s why I don’t want to give anyone that much recognition or so much power and control over myself and my thoughts. Before going to sleep or after waking up, I don’t immediately check my phone or read comments and reviews. I think it is important to protect your conscience in today’s day and time. Not only physical fitness but also mental fitness is important and they go hand in hand.”

Going forward, Shweta has several projects lined up, all of which will be seen trying out a variety of roles. When asked what else she is yet to explore, she replied that she wants to play the role of a lawyer, a teacher and a superhero. And for the latter, she doesn’t mind trying her luck in Hollywood as well as she has made several popular superhero movies.

“Like I said, I don’t want to limit myself. I want people everywhere to see my work as an actor. When Masaan went to the Cannes Film Festival and the response we got there proved that language There are no barriers as emotions are universal. And as long as people are understanding your feelings, no one can stop you. I would love to do international and regional projects as well. I want to learn languages ​​and connect with regional stories And want to work with those people. Whenever I watch anything like Squid Game or Money Heist, I always watch it in the original language,” concluded Shweta.

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