Parineeti Chopra glad her career risks have paid off

  Be it playing a feisty gun-toting girl in 'Ishaqzaade' or a spectacled nerd in 'Hasee Toh Phasee', Parineeti Chopra has always kept the audience guessing with her roles and the actress says she is glad her experiments have been successful.

Parineeti Chopra glad her career risks have paid off

New Delhi:  Be it playing a feisty gun-toting girl in 'Ishaqzaade' or a spectacled nerd in 'Hasee Toh Phasee', Parineeti Chopra has always kept the audience guessing with her roles and the actress says she is glad her experiments have been successful.

Right from her first Bollywood film 'Ladies vs Ricky Bahl', the 25-year-old actress has managed to play quirky, memorable characters and she says she takes on innovative roles so that the audience is never bored of her.

"I think it is important for the audience to not get bored. I believe they should be surprised every time walking into my films and not get what they expect. I think whatever roles I have done till date in my four films, I have experimented, tried to add a shock value and given them new things," Parineeti told reporters.

In her fifth release 'Daawat-e-Ishq', the actress will don a Hyderabadi avatar with her character Gulrez, a shoe-sales girl in love with food. The Habib Faisal-directed film is a love story between Gulrez and Tariq, a Lucknawi cook, played by Aditya Roy Kapoor.

Parineeti, a self-confessed foodie, says she is glad to be part of the food movie as she feels the Yash Raj film is tailor-made for her.

"It is perfect for me as if it has been made especially for me. The film has all elements that I love - it is a love story, about food, great director and great role. I could not have asked for a better film than this," the actress said, adding she took lessons in Dakhini dialect for her role in the film.

Parineeti is all praise for her co-star Aditya, whom she has become best friends with during the course of filming 'Daawat-e-Ishq', which will hit theatres on September 19.

"We had a lot of fun. I didn't have to worry about impressing him, he was very easy going. We bonded a lot on the sets. He has become a very good friend and I hope that we do many more films together," she said.

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