Priyanka Chopra Says Goodbye to Her 'Quantico' Character In an Emotional Post

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Ever since reports of her rumoured relationship and now engagement with American singer Nick Jonas has surfaced, Priyanka Chopra has remained in the limelight. Ninety per cent of my life is for public but 10% of it is for me. I am a girl and I have the right to keep that to myself."Sometimes I laugh, sometimes I get annoyed. 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.

Speaking of his persona, Quantico's Alex Parrish, Priyanka stated: "Alex is a shameless modern woman who lives all her life, she is extremely flawed, she is not flawless, she is lonely, she is not the only one.do not like people, she only uses people ..."

Now, wouldn't seeing PeeCee living her dream be an exciting thing? Priyanka also mentioned that she loves watching Broadway whenever she is in NY and that she has a desire to feature in a Broadway show.

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Global icon Priyanka Chopra feels that the characters she plays in mainstream American movies and TV will help open doors for "Indian and south Asian talents" in Hollywood mainstream entertainment. "A modern empowered woman who wants to value herself, the only thing she asks for, is let me make my decisions without being judged for it. If I see someone somewhere". Why is it that our ethnicity defined the role that we played? "I'm going to play the leading lady and I'm not going to compromise on that, simple", she added.

Yesterday, i.e. August 06, 2018, Priyanka got back to India from Singapore where she spent her time with Nick.

The actress recently kickstarted shooting for her Bollywood project titled The Sky is Pink, which also stars Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim in pivotal roles.

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