Check Out Squid Game’s Anupam Tripathi aka Ali’s Cute Birthday Pics

Netflix show Squid Game has made the stars immensely popular. One of them is Anupam Tripathi, who plays Ali in the Korean thriller. Ali won everyone’s hearts with his innocent nature and good looks. The actor’s performance has made everyone curious to know more about his work projects.

On November 2, Anupam celebrated his 33rd birthday. As seen in pics, the Indian actor based in South Korea had a sweet and intimate birthday celebration. Tripathi shared two photos on his Instagram page in which he looks joyful and adorable. He has placed a small white flower on his nose, which looks cute.

The actor captioned the first pic, “Happy Day Happy birthday:-) 🎉”. In the second photo, we see his birthday cake, and the happiness on his face is that of a child. He captioned the post, “너무 좋아 😻” which means ‘I like it so much ‘.

In the comments section, fans can’t get enough of his cuteness. One person wrote, “YOU’RE SO CUTE IM GONA CRY😭”. Another commented, “HOW TF ARE YOU SOO CUTE”. “HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY BELOVED YOU DESERVE THE WORLD❤️❤️❤️💗💗💗🎁🎁🎁”, read another comment.

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Check out Anupam Tripathi’s birthday posts:

Meanwhile, after the success of Squid Game, Anupam talked about the show and its success in media interactions. The fan following on his social media increased in no time, and he now has 4.1 million Instagram fans.

In an interaction with The Quint, Tripathi had said, “My main aim was to focus on the character and go as close as I could to Ali, from Anupam. I kept thinking about what relates us and what differentiates us. My focus was to see how Ali will connect to the characters, including his behaviours, his gestures, and the language he speaks. I don’t know if I’ve done justice to the character or not but I tried my best.”

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