In a recent interview, Parineeti revealed that shooting for the film was a gruelling process but she did not want to leave the sets and go home until she got it right.
Come Friday and Parineeti Chopra will be taking the small screen by storm as her film The Girl On The Train releases on a streaming platform. The film”s trailer has already created a massive intrigue and Parineeti’s act has definitely stunned many. While the film is a remake of the Hollywood film of the same name, fans are eager to see how it has been adapted in the Indian context.
In a recent interview with Mid Day, Parineeti revealed that shooting for the film was a gruelling process but she did not want to leave the sets and go home until she got it right. She said, “The Girl on the Train and Saina Nehwal biopic took everything from me. I was happy to give my all to these films because I wanted a gruelling shooting process where I feel responsible for my character. I wanted to impress my director, and not go home till I get the scene right.”
Parineeti, who has seen a not-so-great run at the box office with her last few films, added that she could not show her versatility. “I wanted to do a film like The Girl… for long, but I had to pick from the offers I was getting. Once you do something on screen successfully, people think, ‘Why not cast her again?’ You are stuck in that loop. I was not able to show people that I could do different roles,” she added.
For the unversed, the actress had taken a break and headed to London for a brief period of time. When asked if the sabbatical has helped her reflect on her career choices, Parineeti revealed she now has a better idea of the kind of roles she wants to stay away from. “If I am the perfect casting for a film, I don’t want to do it because then it would be something that people have come to expect from me. I want to do movies that you don’t typically associate with me.”
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