Shahid Kapoor is the best neighbour: Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra’s party for the British actor Gerard Butler in May 2009 was one of the most talked about events in Bollywood.
Besides the British actor, in attendance were Bollywood’s top brass-Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Ranbir Kapoor, Karan Johar and Shahid Kapoor.
However, Priyanka says she will never throw a party again. “Hosting that party was not fun,’’ she announces. “I hate throwing parties. I would rather go to other people’s parties. Or even spend time after a shoot on a set. That is more fun than actually hosting a party.’’
Her emphatic `never’ to playing host is because the actress confesses that she has OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) and can drive herself to a point of no return when she has people over.
Rewinding to the time when she moved into her new duplex at Raj Classic in Versova, the actress says, “When Sussanne Roshan did up my home, we got this really cool design. I have a fabulous party area with a dining section, a theatre, a video room and a cool lounge area… all made to entertain.’’
However, the experience of May 3, the night when she entertained her foreign and Indian guests, got her completely stressed out. She says, “I wanted the cutlery and crockery to be perfect, the napkins to match, the best wine and the best food. I took care of every minute detail. In the bargain, I forgot to enjoy my own party. I didn’t eat till 7am the next morning and then I almost fainted because of fatigue.’’
After her guests departed, she saw some wine stains on her beige sofa; and she panicked. “I was aghast,” she laughs.
Now the actress has decided she will not entertain until she has her OCD in control and can absolutely learn to chill.
When asked if her neighbours’ complaint to the cops about the loud music is what caused her additional stress, the actress says, “Hey, the society I live in is very nice. I have no complaints on that account at all. My neighbours are the best.” Of course, they are. After all, Shahid is one of them.
Source: Zoom TV