Ever since the time the bubblicious Parineeti Chopra stepped into stardom with her debut film Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, there was absolutely no looking back for her. Despite the presence of other heroines, Parineeti Chopra stood out, thanks to her effortless performance. What followed that was an array of films which only consolidated her position in Bollywood today. Be it the rustic Zoya Qureshi of Ishaqzaade, or the vulnerable Meeta Solanki of Hasee Toh Phasee or even the cameo appearance as Muskaan Qureshi in Dishoom, this lady ensures that her character becomes the talk of the town.
Recently, when Parineeti Chopra had attended the ‘Women Self Defence Graduation Day’ event in Mumbai, she revealed something about her childhood. She said, “Since we did not have enough money, I used to cycle my way to the school as we did not have the money to buy a car. My father used to be on his cycle at a few steps away from me only to ensure that none of the boys tease me or rag me. There used to be time when the boys used to tease me and even try to lift my skirt up. I always used to hate my parents for sending me to school on a cycle, to which they used to reply that they wanted me to be strong. I am happy that Akshay Sir is not charging any money from you for teaching and also the fact that you all don’t have to wear a uniform. Thank yourselves for graduating today. You all have all the facilities which i did not ever have. So, make the most use of it. I hope no untoward situation ever come in your life and even if it comes, just face it with one punch! Make use of everything that had been taught to you here. Go, kick some A**.
On the film front, Parineeti Chopra will be soon seen in the most awaited Rohit Shetty’s film Golmaal Again, which also stars Ajay Devgn, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Tabu, Kunal Khemu, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Prakash Raj, Sanjay Mishra and Shreyas Talpade in important roles. The film is scheduled to release in Diwali this year.