Pari lets us on her fabulous fitness secrets, read on...
Parineeti Chopra is latest celeb to join the bandwagon of actress flaunting her wafer thin figure. But, Pari claims to not just have gone fab from flab, but fit too! While she successfully kicked off those extra kilos, she also learnt martial arts to stay strong. After attaining this bomb figure, Pari now has gained oodles of confidence, can pull of any look with ease and look smouldering too! She can move mountains now, literally.
While talking about her transformation, which broke the internet a couple of days ago, she told a leading daily, ""I've worked really hard to change my shapeless body into a shapely one. I've always wanted to look fitter, more toned, wear better clothes but I was over-weight earlier. In fact, before I came down to India, I used to be obese, this really huge girl weighing 82 kgs. My new look should inspire those girls who believe they can never knock off the extra flab, that everybody has it in them to look good, you just have to really push it." And that she did, undoubtedly.
Instead of working it out in a gym, she chose the much harder but interesting way to deal with her weighty issues. ""I don't like working out in a gym so I opted for Kalaripayattu (a traditional form of martial arts which originated in Kerala) which may not make you lose weight as fast but it promises greater flexibility. Earlier, I only wanted to be thin but over the last nine months since I started this strenuous form of yoga, I've begun to feel fit and strong and I like that. Of course, I'm still a work in progress." This method was a refreshing change for her.
Things are definitely looking up for Pari, work wise, after this self-imposed hiatus. She promises that she will announce her next project soon. Which film will it be, any guesses?
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