Was starstruck on meeting McConaughey, Salma Hayek: Parineeti

Parineeti attended the Global Teacher Prize event in Dubai on Sunday, where she had taken selfie with McConaughey, captioning it —— a picture perfect moment which was photobombed by actors Abhishek Bachchan and Akshay Kumar.

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“I was starstruck. It’s not like everyday that you meet these amazing great performers,” Parineeti told IANS over phone from Mumbai.

For the 27-year-old actor, it was a “proud moment” to be a part of an event, which also saw the participation of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Pope Francis.

Rab ne bana di jodiiiii .. Me and @McConaughey !!! But photobombed !!! @juniorbachchan @akshaykumar

“The fun and game is on its own, but it was very proud moment for me that I was a part of this,” she said, adding that she, Akshay, Abhishek and even Ali Zafar got ample personal time with “Interstellar” star McConaughey and “Desperado” actor Hayek.

“We actually got a lot of time to spend with them. We were in Akshay’s room just taking pictures, chilling and talking about everything. We all went down to the beach, where the event was being held. The dinner was at the beach, so we just ate together. We got to spend the whole evening with them,” Parineeti said with excitement.

“I am so glad that they were humble and grateful enough to just spend time with us,” she added.

Parineeti even shared that she told McConaughey about her liking for “Interstellar”, while she was surprised when Hayek told her that she has seen some of her work.

Together, they even danced to Hindi film songs like “Khaike paan Banaras wala” and “Jumma chumma”.

Describing the moment, Parineeti said: “Ali was singing when he came down and took Abhishek and me on the stage. We started singing and dancing, and then we got Mathew to come on stage with us and I started him teaching steps.”

“We even got a lot of time to spend with his wife… So I tried to make her dance. We ended up dancing on Mr. Bachchan’s songs ‘Khaike paan’, a little bit of ‘Jumma chumma’ and a lot of other old Hindi film songs.”

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