Within the time frame of not more than 3-4 months, Dimple has reached close to 1 million followers on TikTok. In an interview with QNA, the social media influencer talks about her journey, the pattern in which she works and how being popular has changed her life.
How did you start using TikTok and when did you realise that you can make it your full time career?
Dimple: I started using TikTok on December 15. So, then only I realised that I want to make a career out of this. I am working really hard and I am so happy that very soon I will cross the 1 million follower mark.
Do you think such platforms have given a great platform to artistes like you? And how does Instagram help in this further?
Dimple: Of course. It is because of TikTok that most of us are getting to do what we actually wanted to do in life. And not only as a passion, even as a profession, it is a great platform for us to earn. And I absolutely agree that Instagram plays a very important role in promoting the talents to the appropriate audience.
How do you decide what song you want to use for video and collaboration?
Dimple: It actually depends on which story we want to tell. That’s not as easy as it looks on your phones, it takes a lot of time to choose the perfect track for the content I want to present. And if in doubt, I go with the trending songs.
How much time do you take to practice or shoot for one video?
Dimple: I don’t practice at all. I just write the script on my own at night and then in the day time I shoot.
How being popular on TikTok has changed your personal life?
Dimple: It feels amazing to see how people appreciate my hard work, my acting and the content I produce for them. This not only professionally but even personally changed me a lot.
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