Life is like a roller coaster ride full of twists and turns. Everyone in this life suffers from lots of up and down. Everyone likes to talk about their good time but there are only a few strong people who have guts to speak about the darker side of their life. Here is a darker story of one more strong women and well-known actress Parineeti Chopra.
We have always seen Parineeti Chopra smiling with lots of positive energy. But as it is said, “Everyone has a dark past, nothing is ever as good as it seems” Well, Parineeti also has a darker past in her life which no one was aware of it.
Recently, during an interview with a film companion when the actress was asked about the dark phase of her life, she said “The end of 2014 and all of 2015 – that one and a half year was truly the worst time in my life. Two of my films, Daawat-e-Ishq and Kill Dil, did not work. That was my first setback. Suddenly, I did not have money. I had made a lot of money by then, but I had bought a house and I had made some big investments. Then I went through a big heartbreak in my life (There were rumors that she was in love with Charit Desai). Literally, all the departments in my life were down. Nothing positive to look forward to,” she said.
“I went into a shell. I stopped eating, I stopped sleeping well. I did not have any friends at that time. I never used to meet people. The people I was in touch with, I cut off from everyone, including my family. I would talk to them once in two weeks. I was finished. I just used to be in my room, watching TV, sleeping, staring all day… I was a zombie. I was like that typical filmy depressed girl, I would cry maybe 10 times a day. I was always upset and crying. I had this chest pain that would not go out of my body. I have never felt depression, actual clinical depression. It happened to me in that year,” she said.
Parineeti also spoke about how she started recovering in 2016, she said “I started working on myself. I became fitter, signed Golmaal Again and Meri Pyaari Bindu. I moved into a new house. I just took life into my own hands because I thought if I go into this pit, I will never come out again,” she said, adding, “My personal life became better. I started meeting friends again. I had to call up a lot of people and apologise for being out of touch. Today, if any kind of failure hits me, I am definitely prepared to handle it. Honestly, I thank God every day that this did not happen to me later. I am so glad it happened at 25 because that jhatka early can really fix you for life”.