Parineeti Chopra was born on 22nd October 1988 in Ambala, Haryana into a punjabi family. This Punjabi Kudi won millions of hearts with her acting talent. Her bindass attitude makes her different from the rest of the actors. This bubbly girl soon hogged the limelight, first due to her acting skills and then due to her tremendous weight loss. Parineeti accepts that before joining Bollywood, she used to be fat and weighed around 86 kilos.
Parineeti Chopra Journey From ‘Fat to Fit’
Losing weight was not easy for Parineeti, considering her love for food. But, with a rigorous workout regime and a strict diet plan,she has finally shed those extra pounds. Not many actors openly admit about being overweight. However, Parineeti is one of the few actresses who not just accepts, but also talks about her weight issues openly to the media.
Initially, Parineeti paid less attention to her weight,thinking she could get away with her skills alone. But, soon she realised that Bollywood is all about a combination of good looks, figure and acting skills, and thus began her endeavour to lose weight, in order to look good on screen.
To achieve this, Parineeti changed her fitness routine drastically.Here is the exercise regime which she followed:
- Starting the day with jogging
- Doing yoga for an hour
- Involving into activities that she likes, such as swimming and horse riding
- Running on treadmill
- Using some deadly dance moves to kill those extra calories along with improving her dance skills
- Cardio and regular exercise
Parineeti’s Diet Plan
Parineeti has a tendency to gain weight easily due to her poor metabolism. Like most of us, she too loves binging on pizzas and pastas. But this could have been a major hurdle in her weight loss journey,So to follow her dreams and make a mark in the industry, Parineeti had to give up on those pizzas, burgers and other fast food.
Here is the diet that she follows religiously now:
Breakfast: One glass of milk, brown bread with butter, two egg-white portion only, juice sometimes.
Lunch: Dal and roti, brown rice, green salad, and green leafy vegetables.
Dinner: Simple food with less oil, one glass of milk and sometimes a chocolate shake.
She also makes sure that she eats her dinner at least two hours before going to bed.