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Competition for heroin created in the industry: Parineeti Chopra

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Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra totally rejects the idea that two female actresses don’t really get along on set. In an interview with Media, the actress said this was a “made in the industry” myth and cited her own experience as evidence that such competition does not exist. The 32-year-old actress talked about her previous experiences when she appeared in various films with many heroines.

“I’ve worked in different places where so many women and ‘heroines’ get together. Discussions are always like, ‘Oh yeah, Ladkiaan (two girls)?’ I was like, ‘Yes, but also a teenager (three boys) “Why don’t we talk about boys?” The competition is between artists, not men and women, “said the actress.

“This is for women, especially not very understanding and insecure actresses, mostly done by industry and commerce. I have had an amazing experience. Women against Ricky Ball has four daughters, Shud Desi Romance has two daughters, Golmaal Lagi- I’m again and taboo Mom, “said Chopra.

Parineeti Chopra will appear in the next thriller film “The Girl on the Train“, in which Aditi Rao Hidari and Kirti Kulhari also star. Regarding comparisons with Hollywood superstar Emily Blunt, who also played the same role in the Hollywood book adaptation. Chopra said, “I’m not afraid to be compared to Emily Blunt, not from ‘The Girl on the Train. She’s a tall actress. And I know the comparisons for sure will be done when I do an official India’s remake.”

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