The last few months have been nothing short of a fairy tale for this actress who recently tied the knot with the love of her life. While the wedding festivities may have ended there is no rest for this actress who earlier this month had a film release named ‘Mission Raniganj: The Great Bharat Rescue’ which also stars Akshay Kumar.
Not only this a few days back the actress was invited to walk the ramp at Lakme Fashion Week where she stunned in an ivory sari. The actress we are talking about is the cheerful and ever bubbly Parineeti Chopra who celebrates her birthday today. On this occasion BizAsiaLive.com looks back at five upbeat numbers featuring the actress.‘Punjabi Wedding Song’ from ‘Hasee Toh Phasee’ (2014)
With the vocals of Sunidhi Chauhan and Benny Dayal this song surely brought out the Punjabi wedding vibes for sure. Chopra dressed in yellow can be seen dancing alongside Sidharth Malhotra in this happy energetic number. The song included all the wedding factors be it scrumptious food, sweet delicacies and of course the whole family getting together and having a great time.
Amitabh Bhattacharya’s lyrics talk about how difficult it is to control oneself when the Punjabi beats begin and one has to sway to the beats of the dhol. Chopra and Malhotra’s pairing was loved by all and after this film many hoped they would work again in another romantic genre film.
‘Rangreli’ from ‘Daawat-e-Ishq’ (2014)
The song begins with the sounds of a musical band often called for weddings and other celebratory events. Their instruments usually include various drums and wind instruments not forgetting the shehnai. It was the first time Aditya Roy Kapur and Chopra came together for a film with many excited to see how this pairing would look on screen. Sadly the film didn’t achieve much success at the box office however the music was greatly appreciated.
Singing for Chopra and Kapur were Shreya Ghoshal and Wajid. In terms of performing on the song, Chopra and Kapur cannot be faulted as they showed a lot of energy throughout the song which was required with the type of music used.‘Bol Beliya’ from ‘Kill Dil’ (2014)
An electrifying number that was not only cool to watch visually but addictive to listen to. The mix of western and traditional sounds together with the vocals of Siddharth Mahadevan and Sunidhi Chauhan created something magnificent. Credit should be given to Gulzar for his unforgettable lyrics that touch the heart and Shankar- Ehsaan-Loy’s unique music.
Not only this the audience got to witness the legendary actor Govinda dance in his iconic style mesmerising the audience with his expressions and dance steps. Chopra was no less with her expressions, showing her character’s happiness after expressing her feelings for the one she loves.
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‘Proper Patola’ from ‘Namaste England’ (2018)
While there have been many debates about this new version which is a remake of the Diljit Dosanjh and Badshah hit song from 2013, it has still managed to become a favourite of many.
No doubt Chopra fits the vocals of Aastha Gill perfectly and she adds glamour to the music video. Seen alongside Chopra in the music video are her co star Arjun Kapoor and rapper/ music producer Badshah. This version is upbeat and unlike the original is filmed in a club like atmosphere to suit the music style.
Chopra added her charm and style to the music video making it impossible to ignore her.‘Titli Trippin’ from ‘Meri Pyaari Bindu’ (2017)
Arijit Singh and Neeti Mohan sung for Ayushmann Khurrana and Chopra in this party number. Sachin-Jigar’s use of traditional and western instruments gave the song a unique sound. The lyricist Vayu cleverly made use of Bengali words in the song which in a way makes sense as one of the main leads played by Khurrana is Bengali.
The song is very lively and fresh and the way it was picturised it visually matches the music. Chopra and Khurrana with their energetic performances made the song enjoyable to watch.
The team at BizAsiaLive.com wishes Parineeti Chopra a very happy birthday and all the best for her upcoming projects.