While the two earlier had dinner at Westin hotel in the Goregaon area of Mumbai, they had dinner at a Bandra restaurant. Raghav is the youngest Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha from Punjab
Parineeti Chopra with Raghav Chadha. Pic/Twitter
Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra, who was last seen in 'Uunchai', was recently spotted with Raghav Chadha - the Rajya Sabha MP. She went out on a dinner with the politician earlier, and met him again for a 'lunch date' on Thursday.
While the two earlier had dinner at Westin hotel in the Goregaon area of Mumbai, they had dinner at a Bandra restaurant.
Videos of their lunch meet-up have been doing rounds on social media with Internet users speculating if something is brewing between them. In the video, while Raghav can be seen sitting in his car, Parineeti can be dressed in black casual wear. She greets the paparazzi stationed at the restaurant and then proceeds to sit in the car. Chadha sported a formal shirt and pant.
Parineeti is the cousin of actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and has been working in Bollywood since 2011. In her 12 years of career so far, she has done films like 'Ishaqzaade', 'Ladies vs Ricky Bahl', 'Shuddh Desi Romance', 'Hasee Toh Phasee', 'Golmaal Again' and 'Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar'.
Raghav is the youngest Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha from Punjab.
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Meanwhile, on the work front, Parineeti has 'Chamkila' and 'Capsule Gill' in the pipeline. She recently wrapped the shoot of Chamkila and penned a heartwarming note for her director and co-star. The film, which was extensively shot in Punjab, features Parineeti as the character of Amarjot Kaur, while Diljit is set to portray the role of Chamkila in the movie.
Parineeti also expressed her gratitude towards the entire crew of the film and shared her experience on social media. "Imtiaz Sir, Diljit, Team Chamkila…My life remains forever changed…the most heavenly crew and experience. Peace, happiness, meditation, Punjab…Will never, ever forget this," she wrote.
(with inputs from IANS)