Priyanka Chopra’s ‘Quantico’ Shows Indians As ‘Terrorists’, Slammed

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Priyanka Chopra is drawing brickbats for ‘Quantico’ Season 3’s latest episode that was aired on June 1. It shows ‘Indian nationalists’ as terrorists plotting a bomb blast in Manhattan.

The American TV show is being condemned with many viewers of the show criticizing the script. Indians are portrayed as bad as they are plotting the crime in order to blame it on Pakistan

Priyanka’s fans are furious with the actor for being a part of such a sequence. They are criticising her for knowingly ruining India’s image on the international platform, even though the series is entirely fictional. The Twitterati also called out the storyline of the episode ‘The Blood of Romeo’ for being “nonsensical” and “unrealistic”.

“What the hell was this episode of #Quantico .. they tried to show ‘Indian nationalists’ (their term) trying to blow up Manhattan to frame Pakistan.. I don’t even know what sort of ridiculous narrative was this episode trying to set.. nonsensical stuff,” one tweet reads.

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Fans are angry as this happens days before the India-Pakistan peace summit in New York.

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This was an international debut platform for Priyanka, and through the entire Season 1-3, she had received wide acclaim.

Priyanka plays Alex Parrish – a tough FBI agent in QuanticoAfter the tremendous success of the first season, the second one somehow did not go in the right direction.

Though the 34-year-old star’s debut show isn’t an espionage drama, but yes Quantico won Priyanka two Popular Choice awards. Though things are a bit down among fans now, we bet she’s here to survive.

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