Parineeti Chopra regrets losing out on Shoojit Sircar's Piku: Didn't really turn down offer, there was confusion
Parineeti Chopra revealed that she was committed to do another film at the time of Piku even that project but did not materialise.
Parineeti Chopra recently made an appearance on Neha Dhupia's chat show BFFs with Vogue with tennis champion Sania Mirza. Talking about her career choices in Bollywood, Parineeti confessed that she lost out on a golden opportunity with Deepika Padukone-fronted Piku. The 2015 slice-of-life Shoojit Sircar directorial also featured Amitabh Bachchan and Irrfan Khan as other pivotal characters in the film.
A Mumbai Mirror article quotes the actress talking about her reasons behind missing out on Piku — “I didn’t really turn down the film… there was a confusion. I was going to do another film at the same time and then that film also didn’t happen, so it was my loss," she said.
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