”Glam with Sense & Sensibility,” says Parree Pande.
An avid believer of “Quality over Quantity”, Parree desires to mark her excellence in Bollywood
She insists that her foray into the world of performing arts and visual media was not a Flash-in-the-pan decision, it’s her passion & love for the craft of acting and the glamor of the screen which is the prime factor that attracts her to be a part of the visual media world.
Blame it on her appealing looks, the upfront bold & ambitious model/actress has made her niche in the hearts of millions in Films & Tv world, to name a few – UVAA starring Jimmy Shergill, Sanjay Mishra, Om Puri, Rajit Kapur, Sangram Singh
Produced by: Dhanraj Films, Directed by Jasbir Bhaati;
TRIP TO BHANGARH, Produced by: Rock n Rolla Productions, Directed by: Jitender Pawar;
CRRUSH, a Telugu language film directed by Ravi Babu and a few more.
She has sprinkled her brilliance on some of the highest TRP shows under renowned banners and channels to name a few- Naagin 4 on Colors, Ikyawan on Star Plus, Meri Ashiqui Tum Se Hi on Colors, Ashoka Samrat on Colors, Zindagi ke cross Roads on Sony, Ye Kahan Aa Gaye Hum on &TV, Girls On Top on MTV and many more. She has featured in chartbuster songs, Teri Je Na Hoyi with Jassi Gill by T-Series, Jeen Di Gal with Prabh Gill, HuTuTu Tu by T-Series, Kahan Hai Tu by Zee Music, Sahan De Vich with Samarjit Bal, and Sadda Vyaah by PTC Punjabi. Vaade Ki Raakhi , a short film with Rohan Mehra.
Also adding to her long list of achievements are the Femina Calendar and Magzine spread, winning the KS Miss Maxim at Chandigarh in 2013, Maxim Calendar and Magzine, The TVC for Amity National University, Jaipur National University, State Bank of India, etc, to name a few. Further the Print ad campaigns for MacDonald, Airtel, Vodafone, Maxim, Femina, ICICI Bank, Nokia, etc.
Adding to the achievements is also an association with an NGO, TRAX Road Safety, which works towards creating a safer environment.
Dabbled in the world of theatre in the initial days at Delhi, namely Sparsh Natya-Rang (Ajit Chowdhury), play – ‘ Bechara Bhagwaan ‘.
Talking about her journey she says “I belong to a simple family and a humble background where we didn’t have any association with Bollywood, but it was my passion for the Art and the Glam world which made me pursue acting”
Exploring her credentials Parree says “I am reading a lot of scripts right now. I believe in Quality over Quantity. I don’t hold any qualms in being portrayed as a glam doll but the content should be relevant and it should not just be to add the extra pinch of required glamour to a scene or a movie. Unlike others, I feel it is not an easy job to look glamorous all the time.
As much as I have the hunger for meaningful cinema I equally possess the thirst to essay a glamorous role which has relevance ”. Acting is my passion. I want to do roles that give me creative satisfaction that by the end of the day I feel justified that I have portrayed a substantial and relevant part ”
While she possesses all the elements to slip into any character with a lot of ease, she awaits the right scripts.