Her cousin Priyanka Chopra is a star. Now, another family member, Mannara, is all set to enter Bollywood with “Zid” and Parineeti feels that it is unfair to pit her against her cousins.
“Zid” trailer is out and when Parineeti was asked whether she had seen it and did she think Mannara will be a competitor, she said: “Yes, I saw the teaser and I think she looks sexy. We grew up together and there is just two years difference between us.”
“I think it’s time that people stopped comparing me with my sisters in a negative way. We all have immense love for each other,” she added.
The actress is currently busy promoting “Kill Dil”, a film helmed by Shaad Ali. Govinda, Ranveer Singh, and Ali Zafar are part of the movie that is slated for a Nov 14 release.
With just five films in three years, Parineeti has not only found a firm foothold in filmdom, she also won a Special Mention National Award for ” Ishaqzaade”.
Is she hoping to bag another National Award for “Kill Dil”?
“When I did ‘Ishaqzaade’, I only wanted that my critics, the audience, and my parents should like my work. With this film (‘Kill Dil’), I have tried something different and National Awards definitely motivates you, but I can’t demand a National Award. If I deserve it, I will get it. If not, I will work hard next time,” said the 26-year-old.
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