Parineeti is in no Hurry to Choose Films

Untitled-11Kill Dil starring Ranveer Singh, Ali Zafar, Govinda and Parineeti Chopra is ready for release on 14th November. This film is directed by Shaad Ali. Parineeti Chopra is just five films old in the industry. She is very alert while choosing films and she doesn’t wait for one role which will take her career to a new height. She says, “I have done roles that were performance-oriented. Alia, Sonakshi and many others were doing all kind of films, and hence, were waiting for that one performance-oriented character. But, I started my career with one such role. So I am not waiting for a career-defining film now. But I will always accept good films with demanding performances.”
After her film Kill Dill Parineeti Chopra doesn’t have any film in her hands. She says, “I have been getting offers, but the scripts are not exciting enough. So, there is no film in my hand currently. I don’t want to do a film just for the sake of it. I will have to wait for my next film to release to see if anything interesting comes up.”
Parineeti Chopra is busy these days promoting the film ‘Kill Dil’ in which we will see her in a different role. We wish her luck for this film.

BJP will Protest Against the Release of ‘Kill Dill’

Untitled-16YRF’a new film ‘Kill Dill’ which stars Pakistani actor Ali Zafar along with Govinda, Ranveer Singh and Parineeti Chopra is criticized by Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP). BJP warned filmmakers and production houses to stop working with Pakistani artists. They took this action because Pakistan violated the ceasefire along the Jammu and Kashmir border. Vice-president of BJP, Sanjay Upadhyay said that they will protest against the release of ‘Kill Dill’ as it features a Pakistani artist.
He said, “After the state assembly elections, we will be launching a stir because whatever is happening at the border is shocking. Our film industry provides employment to so many people from Pakistan but do they give our actors an opportunity in their films? The producers and directors need to understand that we have ample talent in the country. Instead of scouting for Pakistani artistes, they should give Indian talent a chance.”
He said that they will leave no stone unturned to oppose any production house or filmmaker employing Pakistani actors. He added, “We will ensure that this practice stops. They need to respect our country.”