Wednesday, December 12, 2012
| 6:02:14 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)
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Actress Parineeti Chopra, who is set to add her spunk at Glitterati 2013 this New Year's eve, will dance to popular songs from her movies and she is looking forward to it.
"I will be performing on my own songs like 'Jigar ka tukda', 'Jhallah wallah', 'Main pareshan' as they have done well. Arjun Kapoor is also performing the songs with me and Sanjay Shetty has choreographed it," Parineeti told IANS.
Parineeti, who made her acting debut with "Ladies vs Ricky Bahl", and was later seen in "Ishaqzaade", had also taken to the stage at the People's Choice Awards this year. Now she is upbeat about her second performance.
"I am very excited. I will be performing at Aamby Valley. Even though I have been here for three years, I haven't had a chance to go to Aamby Valley. I am very excited. Also New Year is a time when you can make more money than normal," quipped the actress, who is Priyanka Chopra's cousin sister.
Last year, Parineeti was busy shooting for "Ishaqzaade", and so she was not able to do anything specific for New Year's eve, and she never used to anything special on the day earlier too.
"Last year I was shooting, so I didn't do anything. Before that I used to sleep early as I was working at that time," she said.
New year resolutions are not for her, said Parineeti, adding: "I am not able to keep up with them."
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