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Parineeti Chopra Opens Up About Industry Judgment Over Financial Struggles

Monday, April 29, 2024 • Tamil Comments
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Recently, Parineeti Chopra, who has been appreciated for her performance in Imtiaz Ali's "Amar Singh Chamkila," opened up about being judgmental in the industry. Lately, in an interaction with Raj Shamani on the podcast "Figuring Out With Raj Shamani," while promoting the film, she said that during her initial days in the industry, she never had the money to afford fitness trainers and stylists. Being from a middle-class background, people close to Chopra, who had knowledge about Mumbai's showbiz, had lots of things to say. She paid no attention to it, calling it ignorant. Chopra emphasized her inability to afford the luxurious lifestyle that many in the Bollywood circle led.

In one such unforgettable incident, Chopra recalls a co-actor suggesting she think again about her career if she cannot afford the stylists. She continued to act because of her ardent love for the vocation, despite always being low on budget. She shared her meager pay from the initial movies and how stark the contrast was between her pay and the expectations in the movie business.

Sharing behind-the-scenes photos from 'Amar Singh Chamkila,' Chopra thanked her well-wishers for all the love. She is pretty well appreciated for the role of Amar Singh Chamkila's wife, Amarjot Kaur.

Directed by Imtiaz Ali with music by AR Rahman, the film recently premiered on Netflix to wide appreciation. All her fans have indeed cherished her comeback, as she solidifies her position in the industry.

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