February 21, 2024 11:41:51 booked.net

Triptii Dimri’s Instagram following skyrockets by 320%, following her role in Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal!

Triptii Dimri, who recently starred alongside Ranbir Kapoor in Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s film “ANIMAL,” has experienced a remarkable surge in her Instagram followers, marking a growth of 320%. The film, released on December 1, has garnered attention for its portrayal of toxic masculinity, sparking discussions about various scenes, including an intimate moment between Triptii and Ranbir.

In the span of the last four weeks, Triptii Dimri’s Instagram follower count has soared by 320%, amassing an additional 2 million followers. Her current follower count stands at 2.7 million on the platform, a substantial increase from around 600,000 just a month ago.

Triptii Dimri made her acting debut in the comedy film “Poster Boys” (2017) and gained her first lead role in the romantic drama “Laila Majnu” (2018). She earned acclaim for her performances in Anvita Dutt’s films “Bulbbul” (2020) and “Qala” (2022). Her role in the recently released “ANIMAL” has further propelled her into the spotlight.

“ANIMAL,” directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, also features Rashmika Mandanna, Bobby Deol, and Anil Kapoor in pivotal roles, alongside Triptii and Ranbir. Triptii Dimri has an upcoming project with Vicky Kaushal, among her other ventures.

Addressing the controversies surrounding the film, Triptii shared insights into her experiences shooting intimate scenes with Ranbir Kapoor. In an interview with India Today, she explained, “While signing the project, Sandeep told me that there’s a scene and I want to shoot it this way, but I will make it look aesthetically amazing. I want to create a Beauty and the Beast kind of image. So, when I saw the references, I was like, ‘Wow, it’s an important moment between the two characters. That made me comfortable.”

In another interview with The Indian Express, Triptii addressed the controversy around Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘lick my shoe’ line in “ANIMAL,” stating, “It reminded me of what my acting coach had told me: the golden rule: never judge your character. The characters you are playing and the characters your co-actor is playing are all humans, and humans have good and bad sides.”