Mouni Roy was spotted in a pretty black ruffled floral dress in Bandra, Mumbai. The actress completed her breezy look with black stilettoes and a pair of club masters when snapped by the paparazzi in the city. Doesn't she look like a summer breeze in this perfect outfit? All pictures/Yogen Shah
After bursting on the television scene with Ekta Kapoor's Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, and becoming a household name with Naagin, Mouni Roy took a plunge to Bollywood with Akshay Kumar-starrer Gold in 2018. Ever since then, the actress has steadily bagged interesting projects, including Romeo Akbar Walter, Brahmastra and Made In China.
Talking about her role in Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Brahmastra, Mouni Roy said in a media interaction that her casting as the main antagonist came as a surprise for her.
Mouni Roy said: "I am playing the main villain in the film. I am really looking forward to it. What is more liberating for me is playing different characters that challenge me. I was surprised initially that they wanted me to play the villain. "Ayan Mukherji (director) had seen something from 'Naagin' and felt I could play the villain. So you never know what clicks with whom. As an actor, you should be willing to experiment and be versatile otherwise you can't learn and grow."
Parineeti Chopra was all smiles when clicked by the shutterbugs in Bandra, Mumbai. The actress was seen wearing a striped black and white t-shirt, paired with black palazzo pants during the outing.
Apart from Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar and Jabariya Jodi in her kitty, Parineeti Chopra has been roped in for the official Hindi remake of the Hollywood thriller The Girl On The Train. The actress will play the role of an alcoholic divorcee, who becomes involved in a missing person's investigation. The role was originally played by Emily Blunt, who received critical acclaim for her performance in the 2016 film.
"I want to do roles that audiences haven't seen me in before and ones that require a lot of prep and homework, which is why 'The Girl On The Train' really worked for me. The character is an alcoholic and a victim of abuse, and I haven't explored anything like her on-screen before," Parineeti Chopra said in a statement.
The yet-to-be-titled film, based on Paula Hawkins' 2015 bestseller, will be directed by Ribhu Dasgupta. The director said he is looking forward to working with Parineeti. The movie is produced by Reliance Entertainment. Set in the UK, the film is expected to go on floors around July. The makers are eyeing a 2020 release.
Mouni Roy and Parineeti Chopra were spotted in Bandra, Mumbai. While Mouni looked pretty in her summer dress, Parineeti was all smiles when clicked in the city. See pictures