Parineeti’s take on audience’s selective rage against movies

Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra isn’t a fan of selective rage directed at certain movies.

Parineeti Chopra

“I find it disheartening that the audiences are not judging films equally. They are picking and choosing which films to attack and which ones they don’t want to attack. I am not OK with their lack of consistency,” said Chopra in an interview with Gulf News tabloid! during her visit to the UAE.

While she understands that the viewers are an actors’ ultimate “boss”, she reminds you that an artist does not always endorse the stories that they bring to life on the big-screen.

“We are just faking it on the big screen to entertain you. We are giving you a variety of stories. I may play a murderer, but it does not mean that I am endorsing murder. I may play a rape victim, but does not mean I am endorsing the rapist. I might tell you a story about a kitten in space, but that doesn’t mean that I am chucking kittens into the orbit. As per convenience, some stories are judged for endorsing reality and some are enjoyed as ‘mindless entertainment’,” said Chopra.