Saina Nehwal Biopic: Parineeti Chopra's Team Trolls the Actress After Her Intense Work-Out, Here's How the Original Badminton Champ Reacted to It
Parineeti Chopra's Saina Nehwal biopic training. (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Actress Parineeti Chopra has been working hard for her upcoming film where she will be essaying the role of Indian Badminton champ, Saina Nehwal. The film demands Parineeti to not only practise the sport but also indulge in other fitness activities. Every now and then, the actress does take to social media to share pictures and videos from her training. In her recent post too, Parineeti posted a picture of herself from the sets but she had a rather funny caption to go along with it. . Parineeti Chopra Bags a Role in Saina Nehwal Biopic and NOT RRR, Actress Replaces Shraddha Kapoor

According to Parineeti's post, her team has been trolling her during her training. In the picture, put up by the Meri Pyaari Bindu actress, she is seen lying down and assuming by her position, it looks like Pari is tired after a difficult workout. Sharing the picture, the actress wrote, "Hey guys, did you take any cool pictures of me training today?” This is what they sent."

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“Hey guys, did you take any cool pictures of me training today?” This is what they sent.

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Even though Parineeti's team wanted to troll her, it looks like they got trolled themselves considering Saina Nehwal herself commented on the picture with a laughter emoji. This surely suggests that Nehwal has herself been through such a situation and definitely sympathises with Parineeti. Parineeti Chopra’s Saina Nehwal Biopic to Go on Floors in October.

We had recently heard that the film will be going on the floors this October and Parineeti is currently brushing up on her badminton skills. In the meantime, Parineeti will have another release, Jabariya Jodi which stars Siddharth Malhotra along with her. The film is slated to hit the screens in August this year. The film revolves around the concept of 'groom kidnapping or pakdwa vivaah'.