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Actresses using Instagram for this surprising reason!

Actresses had to do a lot of photo shoots, portfolios and give them to all so that they can get noticed and bag offers. Only star heroines used to get these big brands and were known to all through famous magazines like Filmfare, Vogue and India Today.

All the small heroines had some tough times to grab attention from the media. Either they had to do a bold role or they had to make heads turn with their performances to grab offers. But all that has changed with the advent of social media now. Platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have changed how the business is done these days.

Upcoming heroines are no more scared to go begging for offers. They use all their creativity and post their glamorous photos on the web and make the younger generation go weak in their knees. There are some heroines who are so famous that they have millions of fans on Instagram.

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Disha Patani lead from the front as her sensuous pictures are a treat for the younger generation as she posts some of the hottest snaps from her shoots and holidays with her boyfriend. It would not be an exaggeration to say that Eesha Gupta, the Hindi heroine who puts some of the boldest snaps on Instagram got an offer opposite Ram Charan in ‘Vinaya Vidheya Rama’ just because of her popularity on Instagram.

Payal Rajput also reveals her hot looks. The latest one to join the bandwagon is Telugu girl Eesha Rebba. She is regularly posting hot pics. Kiara Advani is also turning up the heat by posting hot pictures on Instagram.

The other regular stars who are more famous that share bold photographs on Instagram are Lakshmi Rai, Poonam Pandey, Ameesha Patel and Amy Jackson. Sobhita Dhulipala is also now turning popular on social media as she is posting bikini photographs. Top actress Pooja Hegde also updates similarly.

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There is also another angle in this as heroines cannot go door to door asking for offers, they showcase their beauty on these sites and filmmakers who want to rope them have an idea about what they can bring in their films.