Parineeti Chopra has returned to Saina prep post neck damage: I am 100 percent fit at this point

Parineeti Chopra has returned to Saina prep post neck damage: I am 100 percent fit at this point 

Parineeti Chopra uncovered that she is feeling totally fit and will begin her badminton training sessions soon.

Parineeti Chopra, who is assuming the job of expert shuttler Saina Nehwal in the up and coming biopic titled Saina, has made a rebound on the badminton court in the wake of enduring neck damage.

"Indeed, this is the exact data. I'm a 100 percent fit now and I can hardly wait to step into the badminton court and play the game once more! I thank my whole Saina group for their precious help and my therapeutic group for causing me to recuperate so rapidly and getting me back on the court," Parineeti said.

She will make a rebound on the badminton court on Wednesday as she shoots a bit that will require her to play the game for eight extended periods.

Parineeti included: "I'm feeling positive to pull off the extreme shooting plan that lies in front of me since it will include me playing badminton for 8-10 hours at a stretch. Along these lines, I'm happy I'm back to full wellness."

A source near the advancement stated: "Pari is feeling 100 percent fit and she was needing to return to playing. She is excited that she is recuperated rapidly and can play the game for the camera.

"Parineeti had a significant fit in her neck and spine territory and the specialist had exhorted her not to play badminton for seven days - 10 days. The whole group of Saina group has been incredibly steady through her mending procedure and Pari is prepared to give it her everything once more."

Saina is coordinated by Amole Gupte and created by Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar under the flag of T-Series.

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