‘People on my crew used to be hungry,’ Shweta Tripathi’s grief spilled over discrimination on set

Actress Shweta Tripathi is known for her excellent acting. In each character, she has won the hearts of fans with her performance. Now Shweta Tripathi has spoken openly about gender discrimination in the film industry. Although, she has not been a victim of this, but she has seen with her own eyes being discriminated against by her team.

During an interview with Pinkvilla, Shweta Tripathi was asked if she has ever faced gender discrimination in personal or professional life. In response to this question, Shweta said, ‘It happened on a set that my food used to come, but my team’s make-up artist, his food didn’t come. Those poor people used to go hungry. I found out from this that the male actor’s team always had food. I did not understand what this is and how you can not provide the basics, but now I understand all this.


During the interview, Shweta Tripathi also said that it is very important to find a solution for this. Because everyone has come here to work, but finding a solution doesn’t mean you have to give up or give up.

Let’s say Shweta Tripathi has appeared in the recently released film Kanjus Makkhichus, in which she has worked with Piyush Mishra, Kunal Khemu and the late actor Raj Srivastava. Apart from this, he is known for the character of Golu Gupta in the web series Mirzapur. Shweta Tripathi has also worked in movies like ‘Masaan’ and ‘Haramkhor’.

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