Priyanka stressed that "my personal life...is not for public consumption" as she easily swerved answering anything too close to home. "Bringing Alex to life has challenged me physically and emotionally, but even more significantly it has (I hope) cracked the door open for female talent and women of color to play leading ladies". I am a girl and I have the right to keep that to myself. "That's the next thing I want to do", added the actress, who also expressed a desire to do Broadway as she loves watching theatrical productions when she is in NY.
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Earlier, Bharat director Ali Abbas Zafar confirmed Priyanka's exit from the project on social media, with a cryptic tweet that suggested that she will tie the knot soon. "I get very happy and excited about weddings and engagements". I am not running for office, so I don't think I need to give explanations. This fact was not lost on Chopra as she penned her farewell letter, along with a slew of photos on her Instagram and Twitter pages, the same day her show aired its last episode. However, she always tells her publicists that today's news is tomorrow's trash.
"Nobody can take my glamour away", said Priyanka confidently, reminding that she not only played a mother in "Pyaar Impossible" but also a 65-year-old in "7 Khoon Maaf". She started the year with shooting for the last season of Quantico in the United States and Ireland, led to the completion of her third Hollywood film, Isn't It Romantic in NY. "If she doesn't want to work here, then in Hollywood she is making our country proud".