Shweta Tripathi Sharma, who was last seen in Kalkoot, recently marked the third anniversary of Mirzapur, which she considers the most challenging character she has encountered in her career. Tripathi is renowned for her versatility, having appeared in films like Masaan and Gone Kesh and showcasing remarkable acting skills in projects like Rashmi Rocket and Kanjoos Makhichoos. In addition to her professional achievements, she also holds close certain values and principles that make her life wholesome.
In a recent conversation with SheThePeople, Shweta Tripathi Sharma discussed her perspective and her experience when it comes to marriage. She elaborated on the green flags that build a relationship, emphasising the significance of being honest with oneself.
She mentioned that there are days when she doesn't feel like getting out of bed or engaging with others, and she clarified that it's about her, not others. She recognised that it's crucial to be honest and align one's thoughts, words, and actions. She believes that being honest with oneself is not only easier but also something that people value.
It's very important to see that there are a lot of good days that you have with yourself, with your partner, with your family, friends, and there are also not so good days. And it is the not so good days which really serve as that foundation because, I beleive, that also contributes a lot to comprehending how everything is not rosy, and that's alright.
Three Green Flags In Any Relationship
The actor went on to discuss what she considers to be three green flags in a romantic relationship or marriage that she would like to mention. "I think respect and space, I'd like to club as one. You are two different individuals who come together and, hopefully, grow together. That is what Chaitanya (Chaitanya Sharma, her spouse) and I really strive for.”
The second red flag, according to her, is understanding each other's goals and dreams. She explained, "Understanding each other's goals and dreams, because once you understand, because once you know, there is clarity in yourself, then others around you can feel that."
She added, "The third thing, I strongly feel, is patience, because listening to each other is very important, and sometimes listening without giving advice is very important. So, patience is also crucially important."
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