Actress Shweta Tripathi Sharma, who is known for her work in “Masaan” and crime drama series “Mirzapur“, has shared the reason behind using `battatawada` as her social media username while also seeking to raise awareness about `Local Tourism`. The actress, who earlier asked for snack recommendations from her followers, visited local eateries and followed the suggestions thrown in by her fans.

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Sharing the reason and thought behind her Instagram handle, Shweta said: “Just the way a potato engulfs the taste of every dish that it is added in, I aim to engulf, I aim to embrace every character that comes my way and make it my own. `Battata` is a quintessential part of our lives; with my craft, I want to be a `battata` in my work, I want to exude that ease and naturalness.”

On playing diverse characters and its connection with `battatawada`, she added: “If a character doesn`t camouflage the plot of the story, will the content piece be consumed? Similarly, `battata` just mixes up with anything and everything be it any dish, any cuisine! I feel happy when people address me by the names of my characters like Golu (Mirzapur universe), Shalu (Masaan). I feel that I could impact those people in a positive way. A `battata` always brings happiness and that`s what I aim to do!” Recently, Shweta also pioneered the wave of sustainable clothing which was highly appreciated and acknowledged by netizens as well as environmentalists.

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On the work front, Shweta, has many releases lined up for 2023, including the most-awaited “Mirzapur 3” along with “Kanjoos Makkhichoos”, and a couple of other untitled projects. Also, Shweta shall soon begin shooting for the sequel of her 2022 hit show, “Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhein”, reprising her role of Shikha.

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