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Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Mumbai: Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra is gearing up her upcoming movie Saina- the biopic of ace badminton player, Saina Nehwal. Even, the actress is quite busy with Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, starring Arjun Kapoor in the lead. But, do you know what the actress does when she is left alone in the vanity van?

The Hasee Toh Phasee actress has revealed what she does when she is left alone in the vanity van.

Parineeti posted a picture on Instagram, where she is seen taking a mirror selfie dressed in an oversized pink T-shirt and black pants.

"When they leave me alone in the van" Parineeti wrote as the caption.

Speaking about her work, Parineeti was recently seen in the digitally released movie "The Girl On The Train".

Her latest release also includes "Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar", directed by Dibakar Banerjee.

She is currently gearing up for her next Saina. Saina is directed by Amole Gupte and scheduled to release on March 26.

But, did you know, Parineeti was not the first choice for the lead role in the biopic! Yes, Shraddha Kapoor was the first choice of the makers to portray the character of the Olympian. However, due to certain reasons, Shraddha left the project and Parineeti was brought on board.

Earlier, Shraddha met with Saina at her home and had given high efforts to practise badminton for a few days and her first looks pictures were also shared online.

Parineeti is sweating out hard to turn her character lively in the movie. Revealing about her long journey, Pari said that Saina urged her to train harder for attaining perfection. 'And following her advice, I doubled my training as someone entrusted me with a responsibility to play the game in the right way," she said.

"If I can play even 1% of what she played, I would consider myself lucky," said Pari.

Produced by T-Series, Saina also features Manav Kaul, Ankur Vikal, Meghna Malik and Shubrajyoti Bharat in different roles.

(With Inputs From IANS)

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