Before Parineeti Chopra decided to be an actress, she aspired to pursue a career in investment banking. She is actually one of the most academic actresses of our generation having obtained a triple honours degree in Business, Finance and Economics from Manchester Business School.
Pari moved to India in 2009 to pursue a career in acting and though she has been in touch with all her friends from college, her busy career has limited her bonding time with her college friends.
Now that Pari is set to be in London to shoot her next, the Hollywood hit thriller The Girl on the Train, she is looking to plan a reunion with her closest friends. “Pari will be in London for over 2 months and she will be looking to catch up on lost time with her closest friends in England. While she was living in England, Pari had an extremely tight crew and these bunch of girls used to hang out constantly. When Pari moved back to India, she missed them dearly but time and distance limited this crew from spending quality time with each other. Whenever Pari used to be in England, she would make plans with her friends. But now that will be in England for 2 months, this crew is set to reunite and we hear Pari is planning a big reunion with all her friends from college!” says the informer.
When contacted, Pari confirmed saying, “My friends have been the most integral part of my life. They were my support system, my pillars of strength when I was living away from my home. They hold a very special place in my heart and I can’t wait to finally meet all of them in London! We share such fond memories from our college life and time or distance couldn’t get in between our thick bond. This moment calls for a massive reunion with my entire crew and we will look to bring the house down when I return to England to shoot. I’m so looking forward to meeting them and spending time with them.”
Parineeti Chopra has always been referred as an actor who gets into the skin of the character and makes it her own. Right from her debut Ishaqzaade and then Hasee To Phasee and many other films, Pari has dazzled us with her brilliant performances. In the Girl on the Train, Pari will reprise the hugely acclaimed role of the protagonist essayed by Emily Blunt. Based on the 2015 bestseller by Paula Hawkins, the film narrates the story of a divorcee woman who gets entangled in a shocking missing persons investigation that throws her life to the brink.