Shweta Tripathi is in the limelight for her recent releases, including Raat Akeli Hai, Cargo, The Gone Game, and more. She will also be seen in Amazon Prime Video’s much-anticipated show, Mirzapur season 2. In an interview with PTI, Shweta said that she has started practicing gratitude and saying thank you to the universe for all the success that has come her way.
Shweta said, “There was Raat Akeli Hai, and then from home, I shot a lockdown series The Gone Game, which also received great reviews. I keep saying touchwood. I have started practicing a lot of gratitude and saying thank you to the universe. And now on October 23, I am waiting for something very close to my heart, Mirzapur season two,”
Shweta Tripathi also said that she wants to ‘travel the world and witness different film festivals.’ The actor further said that she is happy about her career and that she wants ‘not just to collaborate with the writer-directors of the country but get a chance to showcase her stories, her art in every corner of the world.’ She further said, “I feel I’m here on this planet to be a storyteller, to feel emotions.”
On her recently-released film Cargo, starring Vikrant Massey as the lead, Shweta said that the film is special as Arati Kadav wrote it keeping her in mind.
“She wrote the character as Shweta because she wanted me to play the character,” Shweta said. Shweta added, “It is incredible to be a part of a film that is so pathbreaking. Making a film is not easy when you don’t have any backing. I know her journey, and it has not been easy.