Parineeti Chopra Perfects Her Badminton Skills, Snapped At Khar Gymkhana Training For Saina Nehwal Biopic
While we know Parineeti Chopra has already started filming for Saina Nehwal biopic, the actress is still brushing her badminton skills with regular practice sessions. The actress was papped at Khar gymkhana today morning, as she comes down to a practice session
Parineeti Chopra- Sidharth Malhotra’s Jabariya Jodi miserably struggled at the box-office right from its opening day. The actress following the release of Jabariya Jodi had jetted off to London to film her next, The Girl On The Train and has been finally bay in the back. The actress who has her hands full with work has immediately got on to her next project, a biopic on badminton star Saina Nehwal. A few days ago, the badminton star Saina herself shared an image of Pari on her Instagram, where the actress is seen in her onscreen look of Saina.
Today morning, the Kesari actress was papped by the paparazzi in town. Parineeti is not leaving any stone unturned to make her onscreen portrayal look perfect and believable as she is undergoing training and learning the sport to the core. Pari was clicked entering Khar Gymkhana today morning for the practice session; dressed in pastel shade shorts and a maroon t-shirt, she has her hair tied in a pony and black sunnies completing her look. On spotting the paps, she greeted them and also posed for them.
Just 5 days ago, the actress had shared an image of her from the badminton court, where we can see her taking that short break from her rigorous training session. She captioned the image as, “Getting there ... shoot begins SOOOON! #SainaNehwalBiopic”
Parineeti who shares a close bond with her cousin Priyanka Chopra was recently seen raving about her brother-in-law Nick Jonas for grooving on Khadke Glassy from her last release Jabariya Jodi.
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