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Tripti Dimri in Bathing Suit is a “Beauty”

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Tripti Dimri, the Indian star of Poster Boys, Laila Majnu and Bulbbul, She just shared a new set of revealing photos on Instagram, of her having a blast. In them, she posed in front of a pool. She wore a white bathing suit and an aquamarine cover up with rhinestones. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Tripti Dimri stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don’t miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!

Dimri likes to practice yoga as a way of keeping herself in shape. She shared this set of photos on Instagram of herself in different poses. In them, she is seen doing a dancer pose and a tree pose. She captioned it, “Getting there.” reports, “While there are more than 100 different types, or schools, of yoga, most sessions typically include breathing exercises, meditation, and assuming postures (sometimes called asana or poses) that stretch and flex various muscle groups.”

Dimri loves to spend time outside. She shares a lot of different photos of herself outside on Instagram. She posted this reel of herself by the farm. Dimri shared this set of photos of herself going on a sunset hike in a field. She captioned it, “Swipe left.” Lastly, she shared these photos of herself walking by a lake.

Dimri opened up about her career to the Hindu Times. She says that she doesn’t let rejection get her down. Dimri says that she focuses on herself and her work. “I can’t beg for work. One day or the other, you will get work. In today’s day and age, there’s work for everybody. You should be focusing on your work.”

Dimri tells the Hindu Times that she is a lot more confident. She says that she’s gained this from her roles. “For Poster Boys, my agency said I shouldn’t do this film, but I was like ‘I want to, tomorrow, I might not get this opportunity, I don’t want to miss out’. I am glad I did it. It got me noticed, as I was very shy then. This film gave me the confidence of being around so many people, the film camera, and interact with people from the industry. I think everything is important.”

Dimri is responsible for herself. She tells the Hindu Times that she takes responsibility for everything she does. Both good and bad. “Whatever mistakes I make for myself, I don’t want to blame any other person later,” she says. “And if it’s good, I want to take the credit.”

Anna Bechtel

Anna Bechtel is a freelance writer currently based in Hamden, CT. Read more