Shweta Tripathi Sharma Shares Anniversary Picture With Husband, Fans Are In Awe

Shweta Tripathi anniversary
Shweta Tripathi anniversary: Actor Shweta Tripathi shared an anniversary post with her husband Chaitanya Sharma on Instagram.

Taking to her Instagram handle on Tuesday, June 29, Shweta Tripathi Sharma shared two pictures with her husband Chaitanya Sharma on the occasion of their third wedding anniversary. She captioned it as, “Happppppy forever to us @_slowcheeta_”. Both the pictures happen to be throwback snaps clicked amidst the snow-covered mountains. The couple can be seen posing in winter garments. However, the actor did not reveal the location where the pictures were clicked.

Tripathi Sharma is popularly known for her character, Golu Gupta in the web series Mirzapur. Tripathi has also appeared in the movies like Masaan, Gone Kesh, etc. The couple got married in 2018.

Shweta Tripathi anniversary wishes

Tripathi’s fans and colleagues wished her and Sharma a happy wedding anniversary. Comedian and digital creator Mallika Dua said, “My little hearts.” Actor Shriya Pilgaonkar wrote, “happy happy happy.” Actor Sanjay Kapoor commented, “Happy anniversary.”

A user named Dilshad said, “Happy anniversary you two.” A fan, Srishti Bagaria wrote, “Three down, forever to go. Happy anniversary you two!!”

Earlier this month, Sharma shared a video on his Instagram handle as to how he proposed to Tripathi. In a lengthy caption, he said, “On April 10, 2018 I asked the most important question of my life to @battatawada!”

He added, “She thought she is coming to watch a play of mine but she had no clue that she was walking into her proposal. I wrote a poem about how we met and the story so far. I got her name tattooed on my left hand and called my closest peeps to see my best performance on stage. SHE SAID YES! And that day changed my entire life!” Sharma continued, “This month is our 3rd year anniversary and I thought the beginning of this journey should definitely be out there!”

Some of Shweta Tripathi’s latest projects include the web series The Gone Game and the Netflix original films Raat Akeli Hai and Cargo.

Picture Credit: Shweta Tripathi Sharma/Instagram

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