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Parineeti Chopra Wants To Play Meaty Roles

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Parineeti ChopraActress Parineeti Chopra who made her acting debut with successful film ‘Ladies Vs Ricky Behl’, followed it with another hit film ‘Ishaqzaade’ in which she was a solo heroine.

Not just her first to films were successful box office ventures, she received plenty of acclamation for her great performance in both the films.

Now, Parineeti is looking forward to doing some more good films and she doesn’t mind waiting for the right script.

Parineeti says, “I don’t want to do it in a hurry. I have been offered so many films and they might be great for an actor commercially, but my personal belief is to invest my time in projects that I will be proud of.”

She tells that she doesn’t want to be a showpiece in big films and wants to do some quality work.

“I don’t want to do a film that will get me money and has a huge star cast and a big director. I want to do films where I have a lot to do. I don’t want to do a film in which I only get to dance or do a couple of songs. I really want meaty roles.” she admits.

Parineeti is right now shooting for YRF’s next directed by Maneesh Sharma in which she has been paired up with Sushant Singh Rajput. She has also signed Dharma Production’s next opposite Siddharth Malhotra.

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