Jabariya Jodi actress Parineeti Chopra has this phobia
Parineeti Chopra is an awkward actress. Her energetic and happy energy often illuminates everything around her. The actress who entered the show with Ladies vs Ricky Bahl is B-Town’s cutest actress. With her friendly energy, she and all the co-stars are united and become the favorite of everyone and everyone. But do you know that the actress is afraid of a snake? You have heard that Pari has Ophidiophobia – afraid of snakes.
So much that she fainted when she saw them. Don’t believe us? This is what happened. Once a friend of hers joked about the snake in front of Pari, it itself made her dizzy. When the actress revealed that she was scared by the snake, the actress had persuaded to promote Kesari on Kapil Sharma’s show. “Because it makes me anxious, I was scared by the snake. So much, I have instructed all of my close people to never even make a joke snake, because once a snake that was joking, I fainted.” She told everyone about The story of Kapil Sharma.
Well, now that you know, you never even talk about snakes in the code language, as Pari knows, you know what happens next. Don’t even play fake pranks, because she might kill you.
At the same time, the actress is currently promoting her next Jabariya Jodi and Sidharth Malhotra. The film will be released in the theater on August 9. The film is based on Pakadwa Vivah, as well as Aparshakti Khurana, Sanjay Mishra, Neeraj Sood, Gopal Dutt, Javed Jaafferi and Chandan Roy Sanyal.
Recently, the actress started talking about her personal life. Parineeti refused to comment or disclose her personal life, which indicates that she faced a difficult period after breaking up with her boyfriend.
In an interview with “India Today”, Parineeti Chopra shared the damage she suffered after breaking up. “I experienced a big heartbreak, I think it will be the only one. To be honest, I am a mess. This is the worst moment in my life, because I did not see any rejection before that. I need my family. Most.” The actress told the portal.