Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra is currently busy with her upcoming Saina Nehwal biopic and the other films in her kitty. The actress has managed to carve her niche in the Hindi film industry after many ups and downs over the years. Parineeti marked her debut with the film Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl. She was launched by Aditya Chopra’s Yash Raj Films. 9 years later, the actress made a post on social media thanking fans. Parineeti took a trip down memory lane, sharing with fans how her career as a Hindi film industry actress started years ago.
On Instagram, Parineeti Chopra shared pictures of her old tweets. Sharing the pictures, the actress wrote, “HOW IT STARTED. 9 years .. Thankyou.” Parineeti took a look back at her acting career and shared tweets from the time she started as an actor in the Hindi film industry. The actress shared that it all started 9 years ago. She also thanked everyone for the success she has earned and the love she has received throughout her career so far. The first picture is a tweet that Chopra made when she signed a film deal with Yash Raj Films. The tweet dating back to February 14, 2011, read, “Guysss!! The BIGGEST news!! I am being launched by Yash Raj Films as their new talent and I’m signing a 3 film deal!!!!!!!” The second tweet made by Parineeti dated back to the same date where the actress shared news about her first film. Chopra had mentioned in her tweet that her first film Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl will be directed by Maneesh Sharma. She also shared that the film is with Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma.
Take a look at the post made by Parineeti Chopra below:
Meanwhile, on the work front, Parineeti has Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, The Girl on the Train, and Saina in the pipeline. Also Read: Bell Bottom: Vaani Kapoor Shares A Sun-Kissed Selfie With 'Wonderful' Akshay Kumar Says: 'You’ve Made This Journey So Much More Special For Me'
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