Shweta Tripathi Sharma's Transformation From One Role To Another Is Versatility Personified!

Shweta Tripathi Sharma's Transformation From One Role To Another Is Versatility Personified!
Paving her own path in the world of entertainment is the young Shweta Tripathi Sharma, who has impressed her viewers every single time she has taken on a role. Never limiting herself to one kind of role, she chooses to experiment with every project and broaden her horizons in terms of looks, characteristics, research, and persona. Be it Masaan, The Trip, Haraamkhor, Mirzapur, Mehandi Circus or Gone Kesh, Shweta transforms herself completely to mold into the character. With a huge social media following on her quirky handle @Battatawada, she has made a place for herself in the hearts of millions in the country. Here is a brief sneak peek into Shweta's versatility in some of the roles she has taken on.
Playing the upper-caste lover of Vicky Kaushal’s Dalit character, Shweta Tripathi Sharma debuted with a bang portraying a simple girl in the film. She lit up the screen every time she came on it and played her character with absolute finesse, showcasing simplicity, innocence, and love in the purest form. She was recognized for her craft and immense talent by critics, audiences and industry folk alike.

At twenty-eight, Shweta played the character of a 14-year-old girl in the film Haraamkhor, who falls in love with her teacher. Meant to be her debut, this was her second film and she amazed every individual who saw the film with her dedication to her role and how she pulled off looking so different from her natural self.

In the much-acclaimed web-series Mirzapur, Shweta played a bold character who is headstrong, mysterious and self-aware. She proved her mettle yet again by portraying a layered character with absolute finesse. Appreciated critically for her natural acting, Shweta played an iconic role that put her name down in some of the most promising characters of the industry.

Gone Kesh
For women, hair loss is one of the most dreaded dreams and in her film Gone Kesh, Shweta portrays the character of a girl who suffers from Alopecia. To get into the skin of her character, Shweta put in intense research and groundwork into understanding the disease and the patients’ plight. She actually spent time with patients to have a conversation and play her part in the best possible way. Despite playing an extremely delicate role of an alopecia patient, Shweta outdid herself once again. She impressed viewers with her light-hearted acting in a sensitive environment.

Mehandi Circus
Marking her Tamil debut with Mehandi Circus, Shweta once again expanded her horizons to play a young circus girl. Portraying a character who performs dangerous stunts while knives are thrown at her, Shweta has showcased a mix of emotions with elan and subtlety. A tough character to play, especially since she didn’t know or understand the language, Shweta put in immense hard work to localize herself. She even went to the extent of watching many Tamil films to understand the nuances of the locale and subsequently dub her own character.

Laakhon Mein Ek
Laakhon Mein Ek: Having completed the shoot for two upcoming projects, Shweta has had a choc-a-block April, with two releases. Laakhon Mein Ek released on April 12th, where she was seen essaying the role of a doctor. The first season has been critically acclaimed by reviewers and Shweta has been recognized for her realistic portrayal. Although it is her first ever intense role, she has delivered it impressively. Comments saying "Shweta Tripathi’s performance is heart touching, you can almost feel her stress as she desperately tries to get things done before the camp day. She is vulnerable but determined" have been pouring in ever since the release.