Yo ya hell no? Shweta Tripathi in a multi-sari sari of ud

Shweta Tripathi Sharma aka Golu Gupta of Mirzapur is on a promotional run! Last year, he revisited his role in Amazon Prime Originals. Mirzapur 2. Post-release promotions are definitely Shweta and her fashion stylist Pooja Sethi is leaving no stone unturned to carve out yet another stunning arsenal. Corrected by prints, checks, strips, and bold hues, Shweta drips the siss that missed her character arc in a web-series. A graduate in Fashion Communication, we love how well Shweta knows this off-screen style, which is detailed, contemporary and conversational! Even before the desi junk label was given a worthy spin, a trend with a rare spirit with subtle sparkling water, Shweta has hooked us for her satranic sheenigans. A recent vibe saw her reign in six yards of contemporary elegance. Urad was wearing a peacock feather saree of Rs 11,500 which Param wore with a checker and collared blouse. Nude glam, Danny earrings and short wavy hair completed her look. Dang sassy is the charm of Shweta Tripathi’s boss Didi, know here why you should not miss out!

Shweta Tripathi (Photo courtesy: Instagram)

Mirzapur 2, an action crime thriller web television series on Amazon Prime Video revolves around drugs, guns, murders and anarchy, depicting the rule, rule and rule of mafia dawns and rivalry and crime in the Purvanchal region of Uttar Pradesh has gone. Last year saw Shweta Tripathi in Netflix movies, Cargo and Raat Akele Hai. She was also seen in The Gone Game.

(The above story first appeared on Reporter Door on February 22, 2021 11:14 pm IST. For more news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website reporterdoor.com) .

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