Parineeti Chopra Reveals Her Younger Brothers are Her Go-To People
Parineeti Chopra shared her support system is her family and added that her brothers Sahaj and Shivang mean the world to her. She approaches them when she needs advice
Many tend to forget that Bollywood stars have lives outside of work too – one where they would love to be any chance they get and the people they yearn to spend quality time with when their hectic routines permit them. Parineeti Chopra in one such starl who prefers to strike a balance between her personal and professional life. She revealed that her go-to support system is her family and added that her brothers Sahaj and Shivang mean the world to her. Sharing they know everything that happens in her life, Parineeti mentioned that she often approaches them when she needs advice.
On the occasion of Bhai Dooj on Tuesday, Parineeti said, "My brothers are my soul mates. They are my friends, they are my children, they are my babies, and they are everything. They are that special to me because now somehow the age difference that we have, we have all kind of become the same age and get along so much better and that’s why I love them. They are my go-to people the ones who know everything about my life.” Parineeti is currently prepping for the upcoming biopic on badminton player Saina Nehwal and will soon be visiting the latter’s Hyderabad residence too. She disclosed that her brothers also provide good advice on work-related subjects, even though they are younger than her.
"They are the ones who usually give me advice. They are younger than I am but they are somehow so mature that I am the one who constantly calls them and takes advice from them. But if I had to every say anything to them I would say that be a hedonist like me, seek happiness in whatever you do and stop worrying about the future, just live in the now," she stated. Parineeti recalled her favourite memories with her brothers. "I think my favourite memories with them would be the summer holidays that we would spend in Kenya, my grandparents used to stay in Kenya. Every single year for our summer holidays we used to live there and we would travel together. Growing up with them there, going to the parks there, going for safaris and seeing the wildlife. I think those are my favourite memories," she concluded.