Animal Movie: Parineeti Chopra escheats a Ranbir Kapoor’s starrer and chooses Imtiaz Ali’s film instead of Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s directorial? Read Full Article
Animal was originally planned to have been Parineeti Chopra’s and Ranbir Kapoor’s first film together, and fans were eager to see the new duo on big screens.
But, it has been reported she has chosen to stay out of the movie, and the reason for this is Imtiaz Ali‘s film Chamkila.
Animal was about to be released on 1st January 2021.
The film was expected to release in 2021, and it is still to be released and has been reported to be delayed to 2023.
A source has told E-Times, “Parineeti is going to be working alongside Imtiaz Ali in the premiere of her professional career.
She will play the main character in the director’s nextfilm, Chamkila.
It’s a major occasion for her since she’s always dreamed of working creatively with the director who is a visionary.”
Animal Movie: Parineeti Chopra escheats a Ranbir Kapoor’s starrer and chooses Imtiaz Ali’s film
“She will have to begin prepping for the shoot as soon as possible and unfortunately , because of this development, she will not be able shoot for “Animal” because there’s an important overlap in date between these two movies.
Thus, RK and Pari fans will be waiting a longer to see an upcoming project that brings the two together on screen,” added the source.
Parineeti is currently judging Hunarbaaz.
She will be a part of Sooraj Barjatya‘s Uunchai in pipeline.
The film also features Amitabh Bachchan, Anupam Kher, and other actors.
Saina and Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar were theatrical releases; however, due to the pandemic, they did not achieve a significant mark on the theater box offices.
But, Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar received an amazing reception when it began streaming via Amazon Prime Video.
The public praised it as one of the greatest performances by Parineeti in her career.
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