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Parineeti Chopra shares a video of herself from '11000 ft above sea level'; here's what she did there

Priyanka Chopra's cousin Parineeti Chopra has carved a niche for herself in the Hindi film industry with films like 'Saina', 'The Girl On The Train' and 'Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar'. After winning fans and critics alike for her outstanding performances in the last releases, the actress is presently working on her upcoming film 'Uunchai.' The diva likes to keep her fans and followers updated through her social media handles. Pari, who shares regular updates from her personal and professional life on her Insta handle, recently treated her fans with a beautiful video from the mountains of Nepal. The actress seems to be enjoying her time in between the shoot. She shared a video of herself with some girls relishing a fun-filled game of football and captioned the video as, 'Playing football with little girls, in the middle of the street, at 11000 ft above sea level. To me, life is simply a collection of such heartwarming moments…' A couple of days ago the actress had posted some pics with the acclaimed filmmaker Sooraj Barjatya and expressed her gratitude to be a part of his team. She wrote, 'Thrilled and honoured to be a part of the iconic cinematic universe of Sooraj Barjatya sir Sooraj sir has defined, and is the torchbearer of India’s family entertainers and I can’t wait to work under his tutelage; alongside this stellar and incredible cast. Mr. Bachchan, happy birthday sir! This is a special day, and a special moment. @amitabhbachchan . Especially excited to be working once again with Anupam sir @anupampkher , Boman sir @boman_irani , and Neena mam @neena_gupta . And for the first time with Sarika ma’am and Danny sir. Let this magical journey begin.' If you are a water baby and haven't been out for a vacation, just like all of us, due to COVID-19 restrictions, then Pari's Insta handle might bring some relief to your sore eyes and calm your senses. Some of her underwater videos are pure bliss.

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