Parineeti Chopra’s Airport Look Decoded
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Parineeti Chopra’s Airport Look Decoded

Parineeti rocks a chic airport look as she jets off

In a recent turn of events, Parineeti Chopra replaced Shraddha Kapoor in the Saina Nehwal biopic Saina. Shraddha had already commenced shooting last September, however, was replaced by Parineeti after walking out of the film. Ever since the development, Parineeti has become talk of the town. 

The starlet was last seen alongside Akshay Kumar in Kesari which didn’t fare too well at the box office. In other news, Parineeti attended the much-talked about wedding of Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas at the end of last year and shares a close relationship with the couple.

Parineeti recently took to Instagram to share pictures of herself at the airport as she was jetting off from Mumbai. The Hasee Toh Phasee actress donned a bright turquoise, oversized blazer over a pair of dark jeans and a classic white tee.

The dark boyfriend jeans added an element of comfort to her look because lets face it, the most important thing when you’re travelling is to be comfortable. Parineeti upped her style quotient with matching pointed heels and minimal accessories. Our favourite part of her look is her her oversized Fendi tote which is the perfect size for all her travel essentials. It served as the perfect travel bag!  

To complete her look, Parineeti opted for tousled, beach waves and a tinted red lip. 

On the work front, Parineeti has been roped in for the official Hindi remake of Hollywood thriller The Girl On The Train. Parineeti is all set to play the leading role of an alcoholic divorcee which is essayed by Emily Blunt in the original film. 

A few short weeks ago, Parineeti shared a picture to announce the project, captioning her post, "Excited, nervous but honoured to be filling in the shoes of Emily Blunt for the Hindi adaptation of  The Girl On The Train"

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