The versatile actor stated that she has at all times tried to change the narrative of how women ought to be portrayed on display screen proper from her debut. Parineeti with her superlative performances in ‘Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl’, ‘Ishaqzaade’, ‘Shuddh Desi Romance’, ‘Hasee Toh Phasee’, amongst others, had established herself as an efficient, unconventional counterpoint to the Bollywood norm that heroines ought to play a sure sort of roles and look a sure manner.
Parineeti stated, “I strongly feel that actresses have to change the narrative of how women are portrayed on screen. Right from my debut, I have tried to do this. I have always taken it on myself to do something out of the ordinary, not portray the quintessential heroine that Bollywood has tried to depict for ages.”
Parineeti, by her final three releases ‘The Girl On The Train’ (TGOTT), ‘Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar’ (SAPF) and ‘Saina’, has proven her intent to play various roles that introduced to display screen assured, unconventional heroines who’re in management of their very own future.
She stated, “My last three films – TGOTT, SAPF and Saina were also an attempt by me to give varied, bold, confident, ambitious heroines to audiences. My next film choices will resonate this thought process too because I definitely want to do my bit to portray women better.”
The actor needs that each one the actors in Bollywood ought to be aware about how they signify women on display screen.
She stated, “If all of us are able to change the way women are presented on screen, it will go a long way in changing the perception of girls in our society. Cinema can impact the minds of audiences and so, let us use this medium to affect positive changes in our society.”
Apart from the just lately-launched movies, the actor has an attention-grabbing lineup of movies like ‘Bhuj: The Pride Of India’ starring Ajay Devgn and Sonakshi Sinha, and Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s ‘Animal’ wherein she might be that includes alongside Ranbir Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, and Bobby Deol.