Priyanka Chopra is making the nation proud with her achievements. From winning the Miss World pageant, doing some amazing roles in Bollywood to being a global icon with 'Quantico' and bagging her first Hollywood film 'Baywatch', she has indeed come a long way.
The actress who is the cover girl for the latest edition of Flare magazine recently spoke about the importance of electing empathic world leaders to Jennifer Aniston’s recent takedown of the media’s pressure on women to have families. She was quoted saying, "I really admire her and the fact that she called it out. We’ve been told for eons that a woman should be a certain way, dress a certain way, behave a certain way. That’s what the fight of feminism is for: we’re asking for the opportunity to make our own choices without being judged—a freedom that men have enjoyed for centuries.”
She further explained that her acute interest in world issues came from her family, with whom she is still exceptionally close—her mother often travels with her for projects across the world, and her only tattoo is a commemoration of her late father: “Daddy’s lil girl,” traced up her wrist from his own handwriting. “My parents raised me to be a thinking girl,” she further said, “Our dinner table discussions were always, ‘What are the relevant issues right now?’”
Well, PeeCee, you just give us one more reason to love you more!