Priyanka Chopra Says People Jeopardised Her Career, Made Sure She Was Not Cast In Films

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Priyanka Chopra, an actor, frequently expresses her opinions and never holds back from letting the world know what she thinks. When discussing her negative encounters with the film industry, she has never held back.

The actor recently made extensive remarks about how some people were attempting to “jeopardise” her career while she was succeeding. Even so, she continued to advance toward her objective. She added that, in her opinion, “very few people are happy for someone’s success” in India.

But the actor, who has made a name for herself in Hollywood after almost 12 years, never let those who attempted to sabotage her career get the better of her. She claimed that she ignores those who attempt to bring her down. Instead, she focuses on the one person who has faith in her.

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The actor said, “But that’s not what stops me. I don’t sit and wait and harp on, maybe I will cry one night when an opportunity was taken away from me, but I don’t sit in the s**t.” You have to turn off the noise, she continued, in order to keep yourself from becoming “dark” and “negative” in life.  She added, “Pay attention to the one person who has faith in you. The hardest thing to do is to concentrate on any light or inspiration you may come across because you are weighed down by your possessions and the bonds that bind you to others.”

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Additionally, the actor made an effort to assert the lack of celebration of success among Indians. According to her, “In India, we are not a nation of people, and very few of us are happy for someone else’s success. Our colonisation lasted until 1947, in my view. We’ve just about, not even been 100 years, been our own country, our own people.”

According to Chopra, Indians must understand the “strength in numbers,” as she asserted: “If we only collectively banded together and supported other successful people in our fields, we would be unstoppable in the world. We are one-fifth of the world’s population”

With Jee Le Zara, directed by Farhan Akhtar and starring Alia Bhatt and Katrina Kaif, the actor will make a comeback to Bollywood.