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Actress Shriya Pilgaonkar tweets on actors getting work based on their follower count; Know more here!

Actress Shriya Pilgaonkar tweets on actors getting work based on their follower count; Know more here!

Actor Shriya Pilgaonkar wrote a Tweet on Twitter when She addressed that fewer or more followers on social media handles cannot be the criteria for actors to get projects in the future. Check out more here!

By Rekha Nagare | Updated On: Jan 24, 2023 10:16 PM IST

Actress Shriya Pilgaonkar tweets on actors getting work based on their follower count; Know more here!

Actress Shriya Pilgaonkar reacted to actors getting work based on some followers they possess on social media handles. According to her, fan-following cannot be the yardstick to get them to work. However, many fans agreed with her and shared their opinions in the comment section. Shriya is also a director, producer, and stage performer.

Check out Actress Shriya Pilgaonkar's tweet on Twitter: -

Actress Shriya took her Twitter handle and wrote, "Actors should not be made to feel that they NEED to have a certain social media following to be considered for projects." Actor Suzanne Bernert responded to her tweet and wrote, "Very true…but it seems to be reality. Also relevant: if the casting person likes you..not the director but the casting person. Many times, I feel my audition is not even shown" Swastika Mukherjee also reacts, "That's what is happening. I hear from so many places casting is being done on the basis of the Instagram following. Shocking but true."

Have a look at the fan's response to Shriya Pilgaonkar's tweet: -

While Reacting to her tweet, one fan wrote, "Yes, that's a rubbish yardstick, to be honest." Another fan commented, "They need to have acting skill-please remind them." Another fan wrote, "So so true….it is not about acting anymore. Anybody that gets famous because of something suddenly gets cast for a role…So sad." One person wrote, "Actors should stop paid posts. Should stop wearing crazy stuff to airports. Stop posing for the paparazzi. Stop behaving like stars. Actors should be like Irfan, Manoj, and Nawaaz."

One added, "Absolutely. I see people with cringe and foppish content with millions of followers and supremely talented artists with only a thousand social media followers. Can't agree more." Another fan wrote, "You certainly don't need any. You are doing great work."




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