Parineeti Chopra had a good start in Bollywood but has had her share of hits and setbacks. With projects like “Golmaal Again” and Dibakar Banerjee's upcoming directorial “Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar” in her pipeline, the actor says she is in “the most exciting phase” of her career, reports IANS.
Parineeti has also been appointed as the first Indian woman Ambassador of the Friend of Australia (FOA) advocacy panel by Tourism Australia. “I am in the most exciting phase of my career. I have just been appointed as the Friend of Australia and I feel humbled to be given this honour,” said Parineeti.
“On the movies front, I am in prep work for 'Sandeep Aur Pink Faraar', which is a physically and mentally challenging project. I am very excited about it as it is an intense movie. After this, I will begin shooting for 'Namaste Canada', which is a light film. I will be working with Arjun Kapoor in both these movies.”
“Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar” is about a man and a woman who represent two completely different sides of India -- and they are united in their mistrust, suspicion and hate for each other.
Both the projects have found a spot in the list of anticipated projects, as they reunite Arjun and Parineeti after the 2012 hit film “Ishaqzaade”, in which they shared a crackling chemistry.
The actor has faced failures with films like “Kill Dil”, “Daawat-e-Ishq” and “Shuddh Desi Romance”. She received mixed response for her drastic weight loss, with some praising her dedication and with some criticising her for sending out a negative message. Parineeti, whose “Meri Pyaari Bindu” failed to elicit expected response at the box office this year, says Arjun is a close friend, and she can't wait to begin working with him.
Parineeti, who has shown her singing talent, will also be seen in Rohit Shetty's upcoming comedy-actioner “Golmaal Again”. It's the fourth installment from Shetty's popular Golmaal franchise. The film, also starring Tabu, Ajay Devgn, Shreyas Talpade and Neil Nitin Mukesh, is slated to release on Diwali.
Source: Hindustan Times