Parineeti Chopra Refused To Marry A Politician
Bollywood Actress Parineeti Chopra’s old interview is going viral amid her closeness with Raghav Chadha. In that interview, Parineeti had said that she will never marry any politician. In that interview, Parineeti said that she likes a guy who is funny, who smells good and who respects her. Well, Parineeti may have said anything at that time, but today the talk of her and Raghav Chadha’s marriage is going on loudly.
An old interview of Parineeti Chopra with Faridoon Shahryar is going viral. In that interview, when she was asked which field’s people would she like to marry. When it came to politics, she said, ‘I will not marry any politician, although there is no dearth of options.’
She took the name of Saif Ali Khan from Bollywood while chose actor Bradley Cooper from Hollywood. When it came to sports, he took the name of tennis legend Roger Federer. Parineeti also told in this interview that she likes traveling the most.
Meanwhile, Parineeti’s father Pawan Chopra said that it is too early to say anything. Parineeti’s mother has also refused to say anything. Although speculations are being made that the official announcement of the relationship can be made soon, the date of engagement can also be announced. Parineeti’s parents are residents of Ambala.
According to the reports, Parineeti and Raghav Chadha met for the first time in Punjab. Although, this information is not yet confirmed that how long has been the couple’s relationship, but it is being said that both are together for about 6 months. Raghav is the chief advisor to the Bhagwant Mann government in Punjab.
Parineeti Chopra and Raghav Chadha may not be making their relationship official yet, but their close friends have started congratulating them. Parineeti’s special friend Hardy Sandhu has also confirmed this news officially. According to reports, the two have known each other since the time they were studying in England. Parineeti studied at the Manchester Business School, while Raghav studied at the London School of Economics.