Is there a way to jump back and forth from python and JS?

I’m trying to create a chrome extension which are made in JS, however I built the main part of the code in python because it is the language I know, and I’m not sure if what I’m trying to do is even possible in JS. Is there a way to take in a variable I get from JS, use it to run a python function, and then continue with the JS code?

chrome.browserAction.onClicked.addListener(function(activeTab){ 
  chrome.tabs.getSelected(null, function(tab) {
var tabId = tab.id;
tabUrl = tab.url;
id = tabUrl.split("=")[1];
//call python func here
});
  var newURL = "frame.html";
  chrome.tabs.create({ url: newURL});

});
from youtube_transcript_api import YouTubeTranscriptApi
import webbrowser

def func(id):
    html_file = open('frame.html','w')
    list = YouTubeTranscriptApi.get_transcript(id)
    webbrowser.get('C:/Program Files/Google/Chrome/Application/chrome.exe %s')

    data = '<html>n<head>n<link rel="stylesheet" href="styles.css">n</head>n<body>n<p>n' 
    for i in list:
        data += i.get('text') + ' '

    data += '</p>n</body>n</html>'
    html_file.write(data)
    html_file.close()

#func(id from java)

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