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Triptii Dimri On Her Instagram Followers Increasing After Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Animal’: I’m In A Good Space

Triptii Dimri has revealed her family's reaction to the massive increase in Instagram followers. She was last seen in ‘Animal’.

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Triptii Dimri, who was seen in Sandeep Reddy Vanga's ‘Animal’ alongside Ranbir Kapoor, has witnessed an increase of millions of followers on Instagram in recent days. 

Now, in an interview with News 18, she was asked about the massive growth in her Instagram follower count post the success of ‘Animal’. To which, Triptii said that her family and friends send her screenshots of her Instagram follower count, and added that she feels 'very lucky', but is 'not seeking stardom'. 

According to an earlier Hindustan Times report, her follower count had seen a surge by 320 percent in the last few days. The actress now has a following of 3.9 million as opposed to six lakh followers a couple of weeks ago. 

Speaking about it, Triptii said, "My friends and family are keeping a track on my follower count. They keep sending me screenshots every now and then. In fact, every night, I’ve been checking messages on Instagram. It’s a wonderful feeling. You obviously feel great when people watch something you’ve done and they like and appreciate your performance in it. I’m in a good space."

The actor played a supporting role in the top-grossing action film ‘Animal’. The actress, who has worked in ‘Bulbbul’ (2020) and ‘Qala’ (2022), also mentioned how she wasn’t looking for this kind of attention, when she signed the project, in which she was seen as Zoya Riaz.

She said, “I just wanted to do Animal because the character was interesting. Achieving this kind of success wasn’t a plan. It just happened and I feel very lucky and grateful. I’m not seeking stardom."

Apart from her and Ranbir, Sandeep Reddy Vanga's ‘Animal’ also stars Rashmika Mandanna, Bobby Deol and Anil Kapoor in key roles. 

Her intimate scene with Ranbir in ‘Animal’ has been grabbing attention. In a recent interview with India Today, she talked about the sequence and said, “Luckily, in my case, I've been dealing with whether I was doing the rape scene in Bulbull (her 2020 Netflix film) or this one, they kept asking me if I am okay. They also ensured that there were no more than five people, including the director, the DOP, and the actors during the scene. Nobody else was allowed on set, all the monitors were shut, and they were like, ‘this is the scene we are doing. If at any point you feel you're uncomfortable, let us know. We'll go at your pace... Every five minutes, Ranbir Kapoor was checking up on me and asking, ‘Are you okay, are you comfortable?’ I think these things really matter. People are sensitive to these things.”

‘Animal’ released on December 1.

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