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Exclusive! Shweta Tripathi on voicing Barbara Gordon in Batman Ek Chakravyuh: I loved playing her because she is not desi

Shweta has recently been seen in Disney+ Hotstar's Escaype Live.

  • Sunidhi Prajapat

Last Updated: 03.28 AM, May 29, 2022

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Exclusive! Shweta Tripathi on voicing Barbara Gordon in Batman Ek Chakravyuh: I loved playing her because she is not desi

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Shweta Tripathi is one of the finest actors in the industry. The actress is known to portray versatile characters in all her shows and films. The Escaype Live actress taking over the digital world with her new podcast Batman: Ek Chakravyuh on Spotify. She is essaying the character of Barabara Gordon. 

In a recent chat with OTTplay, the diva spoke about her role in the latest podcast and said that Barbara is her favourite character and explained more about it.

Shweta shared her experience of voicing for Barbara Gordon in Batman: Ek Chakravyuh podcast. "I was very excited because for the first time I was doing something like this. Because when you shoot for a movie or show, you get to experience the whole filming process with different departments such as hair makeup, costume, entire camera team, directing and more. Although, when you are doing an audio series then you have a director, there is a mic and that is your world. And you have to believe in that world, because then only you'll be able to teleport yourself into that world and then only you can take your audience in that world."

"Here the entire team has done a fabulous job. I generally like to hear podcasts whenever I'm travelling," she added.

Speaking about her favourite character from the comics, she picked Barbara only. She further explained that she likes her so much because she has never played a character like her. "I've never played a character like her. She is a cop, she knows what she exactly wants. She is a human but she is also very good with technology. I also loved to play her because she is not desi, as all my characters are from the heartland of India, but Barbara is not and it's different for me."

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