Priyanka Chopra Crosses Her Limits

Priyanka Chopra is one of the most glamorous, richest and successful international actresses. She has always worked hard and has dedicated herself to the film industry.

Over the years, Priyanka has won dozens of awards and is admired for her beauty and talent. A few months ago, her Hollywood film, Baywatch, was released, where she worked alongside Dwayne Johansson.

Moreover, Priyanka Chopra was part of an American TV show where she played the leading character and received appreciations from her global fans.

As an international star, Priyanka needs to maintain her reputation rather than doing something cheap and ruining her name. Unfortunately, she was criticized for her bold look and kissing scenes in a few Indian and American films.

At the same time, the Hindu extremists asked Chopra and other Bollywood stars not to work in British movies that promote terrorism or spread restlessness in the societies. It looks like Chopra has forgotten everything and is after fame and money. In a recent talk show, where Narendra Modi was also invited, Priyanka appeared as a guest star.

Amazingly, she wore a short dress and looked quite odd. People disliked her looks and the way she carried her dress. Both Americans and Indians slammed Priyanka Chopra because her outfit exposed her legs and other body parts. She showed off part of her breasts and belly.

As she landed the burn on trolls, Priyanka Chopra shared on Twitter that there was nothing to gossip about. People began criticizing her all of a sudden, and she could not even understand why is it happening. The trolling was meaningless and instantaneous, and people only wanted to have a topic to discuss on social media.

Talking about her famous projects, Priyanka Chopra has worked in The Hero: Love Story of a Spy, Andaaz, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Aitraaz, Don, Kaminey, 7 Khoon Maaf, Mary Kom and Dil Dhadakne Do like big-budget movies.

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