Parineeti Chopra Aces Her Airport Look; Actress Returns To Mumbai Post Shoot In Ambala
Bollywood actor Parineeti Chopra recently snapped at the Mumbai airport. Scroll down to take a peek into her airport look.
From past few days, Bollywood actor Parineeti Chopra is grabbing the headlines as she is gearing up for the release of her next flick, The Girl On The Train. As the trailer of the film is out and the release is round the corner, the actress is kicked about promotions. And, it seems like the same has started as well. Recently, Parineeti Chopra was snapped at the Mumbai airport as she returned to the City of dreams.
Talking about her latest airport look, the actor sported a casual look while adding a pinch of formal in it. While opting for an all-black avatar, she wore a brown knee-length overcoat. She also coordinated the colour of her face-mask as it was black. Meanwhile, her black aviator sunnies were seen resting on her head. As the actor was walking straight towards her car, she obliged her fans with selfie moments. Reportedly, Parineeti returned from Ambala, her hometown, after shooting for an upcoming project.
Her overall attire looked more classy, and she accessorized her outfit with an Apple watch that had a white strap and a simple gold necklace with a minimal pendant. She also carried a convertible Givenchy bag, a backpack thanks to its contrasting and adjustable, removable straps and a tote bag to complete her off-duty look, she pulled up her hair into a neat ponytail. With minimal styling, the actor seemed to be able to pull off this fuss-free airport look well.
On the professional front, as mentioned above, the actor is gearing up for the release of her next, The Girl On The Train. The trailer of the film is out and it will be available on Netflix from February 26. Also starring Avinash Tiwary, Aditi Rao Hydari and Kirti Kulhari, the movie is an official adaptation of Emily Blunt’s Hollywood film with the same name. Apart from this, a few more releases of the actor are lined up, including Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, Saina and Bhuj: The Pride Of India, among many others.