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Animal actor Triptii Dimri sets dance floor on fire with her killer moves in latest Instagram videos
Triptii Dimri
Photo Courtesy: Triptii Dimri Instagram page

Animal actor Triptii Dimri sets dance floor on fire with her killer moves in latest Instagram videos

| @indiablooms | 17 Dec 2023, 09:06 pm

Bollywood actress Triptii Dimri has been making headlines ever since she made her short and powerful appearance in Ranbir Kapoor's recently released Box Office record setter movie Animal.

Described by her fans as the new national crush, Triptii is a regular user of social media platforms.

She often shares images and videos of herself on Instagram for her fans.

Recently, the actress, who played the character named Zoya in the film, shared two videos on the Instagram story section where she could be seen setting the dance floor on fire with her killer moves.

She could be seen dancing to Bole Chudiyan and Ghagra. The track is a part of director Karan Johar's hit movie  Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham.

Interestingly, her second video showed her shaking her legs to a song from Ranbir Kapoor's  Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani.

Triptii made her Bollywood debut with the movie Poster Boys (2017).

The 29-year-old actress played her first lead role in the romantic drama Laila Majnu (2018).

She gained critical recognition for her performances in Anvita Dutt's period films Bulbbul (2020), Qala (2022), with the former earning her a Filmfare OTT Award.

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