Parineeti Chopra Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Parineeti Chopra Wiki, Age, Biography, Height, Boyfriend, Family, Images, And More

Parineeti Chopra (born 22 October 1988) is an Indian actress who predominantly works in Hindi films. Chopra has won various awards, including a Filmfare and a National Film Award. Since 2013, she has appeared on Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list.

Chopra returned to India during the 2009 economic downturn as a public relations consultant after earning a triple honours degree in management, finance, and economics from Manchester management School. She later got a contract with the organization as an actress. She made her acting debut in the 2011 romantic comedy Ladies versus Ricky Bahl, for which she received the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. She was praised for her roles in the box office hits Ishaqzaade (2012), Shuddh Desi Romance (2013), and Hasee Toh Phasee (2014). The first of these got her a National Film Award - Special Mention, while the last two earned her Filmfare Award nominations for Best Actress.

This success was followed by a string of underwhelming films and a three-year absence. During this time, her only successful films were the horror-comedy Golmaal Again (2017) and the war drama Kesari (2019), in which she played a minor role. Chopra received great acclaim for her main parts in the black comedy Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar and the sports biography Saina in 2021. For the former, she won another Filmfare nomination for Best Actress. She later appeared as a supporting character in Uunchai (2022).

Chopra is a well-known celebrity ambassador for businesses and goods in addition to her acting profession. She has performed some of her movies songs, such as "Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin" and "Teri Mitti." Chopra made her television debut in 2022, judging the reality show Hunarbaaz: Desh Ki Shaan on Colors TV.

Early life and employment

Chopra was born to a Punjabi Hindu household on October 22, 1988 in Ambala, Haryana. Pawan Chopra, her father, is a businessman and supplier to the Indian Army at Ambala Cantonment, and Reena Chopra is her mother. Her brothers are Shivang and Sahaj, while her cousins are Priyanka Chopra, Meera Chopra, and Mannara Chopra.

Chopra received his education at the Convent of Jesus and Mary in Ambala. In an interview with The Hindu, she claimed that she was an excellent student who aspired to be an investment banker. Chopra traveled to England at the age of 17, where she earned a triple honours degree in business, finance, and economics from Manchester Business School. She used to attend university orientation seminars for new students. She worked part-time as the food crew supervisor for Manchester United Football Club while studying. Chopra also has a B.A. Honours in music and is a proficient Hindustani classical singer. In her childhood, she used to perform on stage with her cousin, Priyanka, and their fathers.

In the aftermath of the economic downturn, she relocated to Mumbai in 2009. Chopra interned in Yash Raj Films' marketing department before joining the production company as a public-relations consultant. She saw it as the ideal profession since she could apply what she had learnt and work in cinema. While working on Band Baaja Baaraat (2010) promotions, Chopra discovered she wanted to be an actress and resigned from her executive role with Yash Raj Films to attend acting school. She was requested to undertake a "dummy audition for fun" after meeting with the company's casting director. Chopra recalled "fooling around with a camera" and delivering lines as Geet in the 2007 film Jab We Met. Aditya Chopra, the producer of YRF, was thrilled with her acting when he saw the tape. Chopra was then offered a three-film agreement.

Career as an actor

Debut, breakthrough, and recognition (2011-2014)

Chopra made her cinematic debut in the romantic comedy Ladies versus Ricky Bahl in 2011, alongside Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma. The film tells the story of three females who are duped by a con artist and take revenge on him by planning the same trick for him. Dimple Chadda, a Delhi-based "rich and spoiled brat," is deceived by the film's principal character, played by Chopra. The film earned mixed reviews from reviewers and was a moderate box office success. Criticism poured in for Chopra's performance. "Of the three other girls, Chopra is without a doubt the best," Komal Nahta stated. She has the finest part, the best lines, and the best performance out of the three." The Telegraph's Priyanka Roy rated Chopra as "natural," writing, "Among the ladies, debutante Chopra almost steals the show from Sharma." Several honors were bestowed upon her for the film, including the Filmfare Award, the Screen Award, the Producers Guild Film Award, and the IIFA Award for Best Debut. Chopra also earned nominations in the category of supporting actress, including Filmfare, and won the Producers Guild and IIFA Awards.

Chopra's second film was Habib Faisal's action romantic drama Ishaqzaade, in which she co-starred with Arjun Kapoor. The plot centres around two political families with a long history of rivalry (and mutual loathing). Chopra portrayed Zoya, a noisy and fiery tomboy who marries a Hindu lad and gives birth to new competition in both households. The film earned good reviews from critics, with Chopra garnering widespread acclaim for her portrayal. According to Taran Adarsh, "Chopra is simply fantastic."  She is not your typical shy, decorous, withdrawn Hindi film heroine when she plays a spirited gun-toting female. She plays the aggressive behavior as well as the brazen and brash attitude with dexterity," and Rajeev Masand called her the "film's biggest strength." The film grossed over 46 crore (US$5.8 million) at the domestic box office, and Box Office India labeled it a great hit. Chopra got a National Film Award - Special Mention and first nominations for the Producers Guild, Screen, and Filmfare Awards for Best Actress at the 60th National Film Awards.

Chopra then appeared in Shuddh Desi Romance (2013), her second collaboration with Maneesh Sharma, opposite Sushant Singh Rajput and Vaani Kapoor. The film, set in Jaipur, earned great reviews from critics, with Chopra receiving special praise for her depiction of Gayatri, an outspoken and rebellious young woman. Chopra "turns Gayatri into the most real woman one has encountered on screen," according to CNN-IBN, while critic Mayank Shekhar added, "Chopra's act in the film's first half is nothing short of National Award-winning material." Shuddh Desi Romance was a commercial success, grossing 46 crore (US$5.8 million) at the Indian box office. Chopra was nominated for various Best Actress awards, including her second Filmfare Award for Best Actress.

Chopra's first of three 2014 films was the romantic comedy-drama Hasee Toh Phasee from Dharma Productions, her first act outside of the Yash Raj Films company. She played Dr. Meeta Solanki, a fugitive mad scientist, opposite Sidharth Malhotra. The film, directed by Vinil Matthew and co-produced by Anurag Kashyap and Karan Johar, was a box office triumph and got great reviews from reviewers, with Chopra's performance earning considerable appreciation. Chopra was "pitch-perfect with her goofball act," according to NDTV's Saibal Chatterjee, and the film "re-defined the concept of a Bollywood heroine," according to the Hindustan Times. For her role in the film, she earned the BIG Star Entertainment Award for Most Entertaining Actor in a Comedy Film.

Chopra's second collaboration with Habib Faisal was the dowry-based social comedy film Daawat-e-Ishq. Along with Aditya Roy Kapur and Anupam Kher, she was cast as Gulrez "Gullu" Qadir, a middle-class salesgirl from Hyderabad. The film got mixed reviews, with Chopra receiving appreciation. Daily News Analysis film writer Sarita A. Tanwar called Chopra "the best thing about the film," adding, "Chopra shines in every scene." She does what she always does: she stands head and shoulders above the film and her co-stars." Chopra then landed her first "glamorous role" in Shaad Ali's murder thriller Kill Dil, alongside Govinda, Ranveer Singh, and Ali Zafar.'s Sukanya Verma called the film a "disaster," writing that "Chopra is terribly miscast and wears clothes that should never have left the wardrobe." Both Daawat-e-Ishq and Kill Dil bombed at the movie office. She also played Ria in the 2014 short film Dor.

Hiatus and career changes (2015-2020)

Chopra took a three-year break from full-time acting to play Muskaan Raza Qureshi in Dishoom, featuring in the song "Jaaneman Aah." Chopra made a comeback in 2017 with Yash Raj Films' love movie Meri Pyaari Bindu, in which she co-starred with Ayushmann Khurrana. The film is about a writer who uses his heartbreak as inspiration for his next novel, and Chopra played the main character, Bindu Shankarnarayanan, an aspiring singer whose story is told from the writer's point of view. Chopra was commended by IndieWire's Anisha Jhaveri for "grounding Bindu with flickers of genuine sensitivity and vulnerability hinting that there's more to the character beneath that flighty surface." Rajeev Masand praised her performance as "sincere," but believed she was given very little time to work with due to her character's "flighty and fickle" personality. She then acted in Rohit Shetty's comedy Golmaal Again, the fourth entry in the Golmaal film series, alongside Ajay Devgn. According to Bollywood Hungama, "Chopra has a crucial character, and there's an element of mystery surrounding her character from the first sequence itself, which adds to the fun." She is lovely and does an excellent job." The film shattered multiple box office records and was subsequently designated a blockbuster, making it her highest-grossing picture to date. It became one of the highest-earning Indian films of all time, grossing over 311 crore (US$39 million) at the box office.

Chopra's sole release in 2018 was Vipul Amrutlal Shah's romantic comedy Namaste England, in which she co-starred with Arjun Kapoor. The film is a sequel to Shah's Namastey London (2007), which starred Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif. After Ishaqzaade, this was Chopra's second collaboration with Kapoor. The picture was both a critical and commercial flop. Reuters' Shilpa Jamkhandikar believed the actress was "sleepwalking through a role that didn't have much meat in the first place," and Scroll's Nandini Ramnath noticed that Chopra's usual spikiness was missing.

Chopra's first film appearance in 2019 came in a small role opposite Kumar in Anurag Singh's historical war picture Kesari. It portrayed the tale of the circumstances leading up to the Battle of Saragarhi, fought in 1897 between 21 troops from the British Indian Army's 36th Sikh regiment and 10,000 Afridi and Orakzai Pashtun tribesmen. Chopra portrayed Jeevani Kaur, the wife of Ishar Singh, the Sikh soldiers' leader, appearing in his imagined talks before and after the fight. According to's Sukanya Verma, Chopra has "precious little to do" in the film. Rachit Gupta of The Times of India, on the other hand, praised her "small but significant role," noting that "it's her character's fun banter with Kumar that puts a smile on your face and her tears break your heart." The film was a great commercial success at the box office, grossing over 201 crore (US$25 million).

Her second movie of the year was Jabariya Jodi, an action romantic comedy inspired on the Bihar tradition of groom kidnapping, starring Sidharth Malhotra. The film received overwhelmingly poor reviews and was a box office failure. Chopra "punctuates her perky, no-nonsense girl persona with moments of demure docility," writes film critic Saibal Chatterjee for NDTV, but "all the effort that she makes to traverse the gamut quickly ceases to convey any meaning in the absence of cohesion and clarity in the character's motives." According to Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express, "Chopra, togged out in the most outrageous clothes Patna may have witnessed too, seems to have gotten stuck in a rut of familiarity."

Renewing critical acclaim (2021-present)

The Girl on the Train, a Hindi adaptation of the British film of the same name based on the novel of the same name by British novelist Paula Hawkins, was aired on Netflix in 2021. Ribhu Dasgupta directed the film, which starred Chopra as an alcoholic and depressed divorcee who becomes involved in a murder inquiry. Avinash Tiwary, Aditi Rao Hydari, and Kirti Kulhari also appeared. The film was panned by Firstpost for "lacklustre writing," but her acting was commended as "sincere," with the reviewer stating, "She manages to embed herself in Mira's tortured mind, giving this film its one selling point." Chopra next appeared in Dibakar Banerjee's black comedy Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, starring Arjun Kapoor. Chopra, according to Filmfare, "is the epicenter of the drama and has a multi-layered character that she plays around with." She goes from being a strong, impenetrable woman to a broken, defenseless victim." "Performance-wise, it's a Parineeti show all the way," wrote the Times of India. She is given the opportunity to play Sandy's multi-faceted character, who is both strong and weak and insecure. Parineeti gives her all to make Sandy's complex and difficult-to-read persona likable, and her performance is one of the few things that holds the film's uneven storyline together." She was nominated for Best Actress again at Filmfare.

Chopra's final film of the year was the biographical sports movie Saina. The film, directed by Amol Gupte, starred her as badminton player Saina Nehwal. Her performance was praised by critics. According to Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express, "as the badminton champion, she serves, drops, and smashes," writing Chopra offers us a good, solid Saina Nehwal. You applaud when she raises her racket after a hard-fought victory."

The espionage thriller by Ribhu Dasgupta Tiranga, codenamed Code Name: Tiranga, was Chopra's first film of 2022. It earned bad feedback and was a commercial flop. Chopra "gets her fair share of the footage," observed Deepa Gahlot of, "but seems to equate scowling and squinting with seriousness of purpose." Chopra appeared as Shraddha Gupta, a tour guide, in the ensemble picture Uunchai, directed by Sooraj Barjatya and produced by Rajshri Productions. According to Anuj Kumar of The Hindu, she "gets a half-baked character, and yet she makes the most of it."

Chopra will next be seen in Capsule Gill, a thriller starring Akshay Kumar. She has also agreed to appear in Imtiaz Ali's Chamkila alongside Diljit Dosanjh.

Other business ventures

Chopra made her television debut as a tutor in Zee TV's India's Best Cinestars Ki Khoj in 2014. She initially appeared as a doctor in the mini-series Man's World in 2015. She then played Mariama in the documentary Girl Rising India - Woh Padhegi, Woh Udegi, which aired on Star Plus on Raksha Bandhan. In addition, she co-hosted the 2013 Stardust Awards with Ayushmann Khurana, the 2015 Star Guild Awards with Kapil Sharma, and the 2016 Times of India Film Awards with Riteish Deshmukh. In 2017, she debuted as a contestant on Star Plus' Lip Sing Battle alongside Karan Johar. In 2018, she co-hosted the 63rd Filmfare Awards with Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar, and Aditya Chopra. Chopra made her television debut as a judge alongside Mithun Chakraborty and Karan Johar on the Colors TV reality show Hunarbaaz: Desh Ki Shaan, which launched in 2022. The same year, she featured as a guest and participant on Khatra Khatra Khatra.

Chopra made her playback singing debut in 2017 with the song "Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin," and her voice performance and singing got accolades. "One has to admit that she does a really good job in rendering this one," commented Bollywood Hungama. "Thehrav" that she brings to her singing is simply wonderful." She was nominated for a Screen Award for Best Female Playback and a Mirchi Music Award for Upcoming Female Vocalist of the Year. When the film Kesari entered the "Rs 150 cr club" in 2019, Chopra recorded the female version of the song "Teri Mitti." In 2021, she performed an unplugged version of the song "Matlabi Yariyan" for the film The Girl on the Train.

Chopra, along with Johar, Varun Dhawan, Sidharth Malhotra, Aditya Roy Kapur, Katrina Kaif, Alia Bhatt, and Badshah, performed in several locations across the United States for the "Dream Team 2016" tour in August 2016. Chopra stated that she felt "rejuvenated" after the Dream Team trip.

Work done away from the camera

Chopra, in addition to performing in films, is involved in charity work and supports a variety of organizations. She walked the runway at Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week to raise funds for the Shabana Azmi Mijwan Welfare Society, an NGO committed to girl empowerment. She also appeared on NDTV's Greenathon to show her support for eco-friendliness and to probe substandard electrical supplies in remote towns. In 2015, the Haryana government named Chopra as the brand ambassador for the 'Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao' campaign to promote the cause of girl child. She appeared in the TV show Mission Sapne in 2016, where she assisted 13-year-old Bhavna Suthalya in securing a better future.

In 2017, Chopra joined Tourism Australia's 'Friends of Australia' advocacy team as an ambassador. According to the India Entertainment Marketing Report 2019, Indian tourists to Australia have increased by an average of 21% since Chopra's appointment, compared to a 15% increase in the previous six months. Chopra held a virtual coffee date with individuals in 2020 to generate funds to feed 4,000 family members of 1,000 daily wage employees.

Chopra is an avid diver who was named PADI's AmbassaDiver in May 2022. During her scuba diving excursions, she has actively participated in ocean cleaning. Chopra will also clean Mumbai's beaches following the Ganpati Visarjan in September 2022. She has also walked the runway at Lakme Fashion Week and graced the covers of various magazines. In 2023, Chopra was awarded the title "Master Scuba Diver."
Chopra discussed her personal struggle with depression in 2019. Chopra has been vocal about topics like as obesity and body-shaming. "Body shaming is the most ridiculous thing on the planet," she remarked. It is something that comes naturally to you. Every human being, however, should aim to be the fittest. They should not try to be the thinnest. You may be fit regardless of your physical type." "I agreed with them that I wasn't looking my best," she stated when she was chastised for her weight. I wasn't giving my all to my exercise. I believe I would have been injured if I had done everything I could and been at my fittest, and then people didn't like the way I looked. That would have influenced me, I believe. But I consented since I knew I wasn't giving it my all."

Chopra also discussed the income disparity in Bollywood. "I always felt like I deserved a little bit more, but I only got this much," she explained. But since girls do a lot of endorsements, we make it up. So that's why I never bring it up (pay equality), since boys don't do as many endorsements as girls. I hope I'm correct. We do so many beauty and hair commercials, just like so many products, and I think we kind of hide it." Her statement was met with harsh condemnation.

Artistry and public persona

Chopra was regarded as one of the most promising actresses in Hindi film following her debut. Rajeev Masand wrote of her performance of boisterous, loudmouthed Dimple Chaddha in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, "she steals the film from under the noses of its leads." She was dubbed "Bollywood's Girl Next Door." She is well-known for her versatility as an actress.

Critics have analyzed the actress' roles and performances. According to NDTV, "[Chopra] as far removed from the standard Bollywood bombshell as a lead actress can be." She's more girl next door than glamour model, with no visible oomph and an open admission of a fight with the weighing scale." The Indian Express called her the "brightest and most talented" newbie of her generation, praising "her infectious amount of energy." In a 2013 article about her career, CNN-IBN stated, " one of the few actresses in the current lot who has a strong screen presence which demands absolute attention from the viewer." When she's on screen, it's impossible to see the other actors—Parineeti engages you in such a way." "She's not only an actress with great screen presence, but also a loveable personality off screen....quite the complete package," said Filmfare.

Suhani Singh, a writer, describes Chopra as an active, charming, and fun woman who despises the word "workout." Chopra has a "attractive and vivacious personality," she says. Sitanshi Talati-Parikh of Verve described her as "gritty and hardworking to the point of being tenacious" about her roles, characters, and life. Rajeev Masand, a film reviewer, called her performance in Ishaqzaade "the film's biggest strength." But he feared her "sheen was wearing off" from her previous repetitive jobs. India's Amit Tyagi Today thinks Chopra has been "working towards changing the portrayal of female characters in Bollywood" one film at a time. Anil Thakraney, writing for Vogue, described Chopra's "punctuality and respect for another person's time" as a rarity in the film industry. According to Shrishti Negi of News 18, she is the performer who has "always been good, always been multifaceted."

Chopra's directors feel she goes inside the heads of her characters. "Parineeti is a clown, and I wanted a character like her in my film," said Vinil Mathew. "She is an extremely eccentric actress," he continued, adding that Chopra was always on his "wish list." Dibakar Banerjee described Chopra as a "strong-willed and combative individual who requires her own answers." "Parineeti taught me a lesson about 'gameface,'" he added. It's something I'll never forget, and I incorporated it in the film."

"I never think, speak, or act diplomatically," Chopra says. She also claims to be "focused on her character or a scene and enjoy being this new person." Chopra remarked in an interview with the Hindustan Times that she wants to pursue films where she has a lot to do rather than ones with great production values. "I have been offered so many films, and while they may be great for an actor commercially, my personal belief is to invest my time in projects that I will be proud of," she stated. I don't want to work on a picture that will make me money and has a big celebrity cast and director. I want to work on films where I have a lot of responsibilities. I don't want to be in a movie where I only get to dance or sing a few of songs. "I'm looking for meaty roles."

Public perception

Since 2013, Chopra has appeared on Forbes India's Celebrity 100 list. She debuted at number 77, with an estimated annual income of $53.6 million (US$670,000). She peaked at 41st place in 2019 with an estimated annual income of 125 million (US$1.6 million).

In 2011, the actress was named to Verve's list of the most powerful women. She was named the second most promising newcomer in India by the Times of India in 2011. In 2013, she was voted 44th on the magazine's list of the 50 Most Desirable Women. named her one of the top ten Bollywood actresses in 2012 and 2014. She was named one of the top ten Bollywood actresses of 2013 by The Indian Express. Chopra was again on the list of the most googled celebs in 2014. She was voted 14th on Eastern Eye's 50 Sexiest Asian Women List in 2013 and 33rd in 2015.

Aside from philanthropic work, she is a brand ambassador for a number of companies. Chopra is a brand ambassador for Kurkure, Nivea, Maaza and Spinz, WeChat, Pantene, Vadilal, and Mahindra scooty. She was the first Bollywood diva to endorse both Coke (Maaza) and PepsiCo (Kurkure) products at the same time. Chopra also serves as a brand ambassador for ADEX India and Jovees Herbal.

She learned Krav Maga, an Israeli combat style established by the Israel Defense Forces, for her role in Code Name: Tiranga. In 2023, Chopra was named Outstanding Achiever in the category "Arts, Entertainment, Culture" by India UK Achievers. She has over 40.3 million followers on Instagram and 14.6 million followers on Twitter.



Films that have not yet been releasedDenotes films that have not yet been released
2011Ladies vs Ricky BahlDimple Chaddha
2012IshaqzaadeZoya "Joya" Qureshi
2013Shuddh Desi RomanceGayatri
2014Hasee Toh PhaseeDr. Meeta Solanki
Daawat-e-IshqGulrez "Gullu" Qadir
Kill DilDisha
DorRiaShort film
2016DishoomMuskaan Raza QureshiCameo appearance
2017Meri Pyaari BinduBindu Shankar Narayanan
Golmaal AgainKhushi Chauhan
2018Namaste EnglandJasmeet Kaur Randhawa
2019KesariJeevani Kaur
Jabariya JodiBabli Yadav
2021The Girl on the TrainMira Kapoor
Sandeep Aur Pinky FaraarSandeep "Sandy" Kaur Walia
SainaSaina Nehwal
2022Code Name: TirangaDurga Devi Singh / Ismat[a]
UunchaiShraddha Gupta
2023Chamkila Films that have not yet been releasedAmarjot KaurCompleted
Capsule Gill Films that have not yet been releasedTBAFilming


20133rd Stardust AwardsCo-host
2014India's Best Cinestars Ki KhojMentorSpecial appearance
Yeh Hai AashiquiMeeta Solanki
201511th Star Guild AwardsCo-host
Man's WorldDoctorWeb-series; cameo appearance
20163rd TOIFA AwardsCo-host
2017Lip Sing BattleContestant
201863rd Filmfare AwardsCo-host
Kasautii Zindagii KayBabli YadavSpecial appearance
2022Hunarbaaz: Desh Ki ShaanJudge
Khatra Khatra KhatraHerselfGuest


2015Girl Rising India – Woh Padhegi, Woh UdegiMariamaHindi version of Richard E. Robbins's film.


2017Meri Pyaari Bindu"Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin"Sachin–Jigar
"Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahi (Duet)"Sonu Nigam
2019Kesari"Teri Mitti (Female)"Arko
2021The Girl on the Train"Matlabi Yariyan" (Unplugged)Vipin Patwa


Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Parineeti Chopra

Chopra is a recipient of a National Film Award – Special Mention for Ishaqzaade (2012) and a Filmfare Best Female Debut for Ladies vs Ricky Bahl (2011). Additionally, she has been nominated for four more Filmfare AwardsBest Supporting Actress for Ladies vs Ricky Bahl (2011) and Best Actress for Ishaqzaade (2012), Shuddh Desi Romance (2013) and Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar.

Nickname(s)Tisha, Pari
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 165 cm
in meters- 1.65 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 5”
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourBlack
Personal Life
Date of Birth22 October 1988
Age (as in 2022)34 Years
BirthplaceAmbala, Haryana, India
Zodiac signLibra
SignatureParineeti Chopra signature
HometownAmbala, Haryana, India
SchoolConvent of Jesus and Mary, Ambala
CollegeManchester Business School, Manchester, England
Educational QualificationsHonours Degree in Business, Finance and Economics
DebutFilm: Ladies vs Ricky Bahl (2011)
Singing: "Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin" from the film Meri Pyaari Bindu (2017)
FamilyFather- Pawan Chopra (Businessman)
Reena Chopra (artist)
Shivang Chopra, Sahaj Chopra
Sister- N/A
AddressSea-facing flat in Bandra, Mumbai
HobbiesDancing, singing, meditation, reading, swimming and workout
FoodRajma-Chawal, Kadhai Chicken, Pizza and Margarita
ActorSaif Ali Khan
ActressRani Mukerji
FilmPakeezah, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Barfi
MusiciansSonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan, A.R. Rahman, Amit Trivedi, Beyoncé
SongsJust a Dream by Nelly, Hey Baby Pitbull and T-Pain, Loca by Shakira, Who's that
PerfumeNarciso Rodriguez, 212 VIP and Acqua Di Gio
RestaurantPing Pong, Mangi Ferra, Indigo in Mumbai
Travel Destination(s)Goa, London
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Style Quotient
Car CollectionAudi A6, Jaguar XJL
Money Factor
Salary (approx.)Rs. 2-4 crore/film
Net Worth (approx.)$7 million

Some Lesser Known Facts About Parineeti Chopra

  • Does Parineeti Chopra smoke? No
  • Does Parineeti Chopra drink alcohol? Not Known
  • Parineeti used to be very studious and till her 12th standard was always ranked among the top 3 students in her class.
  • She secured the first position across India in SSC exams and was conferred the award by Pratibha Patil (the president of India at that time).
  • She always wanted to be an investment banker, and at the age of 17, she went to Manchester for further studies, where she obtained a triple honours degree (in business, finance, and economics). 
  • She worked for the famous football club Manchester United as one of the team leaders for the catering during the matches.
  • Due to the economic recession in 2009, she wasn’t able to find a job in London, after which she returned to India and joined Yash Raj Films as a public relations consultant.
  • She never wanted to become an actress and aspired to become an investment banker.
  • When she was working as a Personal Assistant to Rani Mukerji, she suggested Parineeti try her luck in acting.
  • She used to weigh around 86 kg, but after signing a 3-film deal with Yash Raj Films, she lost around 25 kg. 
  • She is a cousin of Priyanka Chopra, Meera Chopra, and Mannara Chopra (Barbie Handa).
  • She is addicted to tea.
  • She hates cooking.
  • She always carries face-wash, perfume, lip balm and cell phone charger.
  • She loves lip glosses and lip balms.
  • She doesn’t like to wear costly clothes, she prefers wearing good clothes and she doesn’t care if they are branded or not.
  • If not an actress, she would have been a banker.
  • Very few people know that she is also a trained singer; she has done B.A. (Hons.) in Music.
  • She is phobic about plane-landing.
  • She is a gadget freak.
  • She has sung her first Bollywood song “Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahin” in the film ‘Meri Pyaari Bindu’ (2017).

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