Priyanka Chopra popularly called ‘Piggy Chops’, Deepika Padukone and Sara Ali Khan won the Instagrammers of the year award 2019. Instagram is the one of the most popular social media community and they hold one of the most engaging accounts.
The three queens have classically impressed the fans over the Instagram web by effective use of Stickers, Stories, Feed, Live and IGTV with a bulk fan following of about 39 million followers. A worldwide stardom, alluring bios and the international projects. The ‘Most Followed Account’ this year emerges to be that of Priyanka Chopra.
Anushka’s hubby and the caption of Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli has unfolded as the most Engaged Account of the Year. He allotted a sneak peak to the locker room dramatization, to his tiring training sessions or his romantic “Virushka” tags with his wife.
The bollywood diva, Deepika Padukone gained a bulk of fame and popularity because of her boomerangs at the Cannes Film Festival, stories, slow motion videos while catching a flight and an ‘Ask Me Anything’ sessions with fans ,so much so that she won the ‘Storyteller of the Year’ award. “I come to Instagram every day to live, laugh, love and share with the people that are most important to me and I am grateful for all their kindness. In 2019, I look forward to connect more, love more and share many more authentic experiences with my beautiful fans,” the diva said in a statement.
After two films in Bollywood, Simmba and Kedarnath the actress Sara Ali Khan took over the ‘Rising Star Award’ owing to her growing fan base on the Instagram significantly through the year. “Instagram is a platform that allows me to be myself and to stay connected with audiences in the most direct and organic way. Not to mention it also allows me to salivate over great food, look at interesting and new places to travel to and of course stalk people,” Sara said.
Perhaps the content creators as well as content writers like Chef Pooja Dhingra, comedian-singer Bhuvan Bam and fashionist Sejal Kumar were also applauded through this platform, it was reported.