Written byMudit Bhatnagar
Priyanka Chopra has been in the film industry for 16 long years. In her journey from Tamil film 'Thamizhan' (2002) to Hollywood's 'Baywatch' (2017), she has seen it all.
The 'Desi Girl' recently made her first-ever appearance on the cover of Allure magazine and also gave a candid interview.
During the same, she shared her viewpoint on "objectification of women" in showbiz.
Announcing our first-ever digital cover, starring @priyankachopra. “The world needs to be trained to see beauty differently.” Read Chopra’s thoughts on why inclusivity is the key to expanding culture's definitions of beauty. https://t.co/4ULAkLtQz1 pic.twitter.com/P5a9x1ioiU— Allure (@Allure_magazine) June 28, 2018
Speaking from her experience, Priyanka said women in this business are made to feel like their only option to succeed is to be okay with being objectified. "It's totally and completely wrong," PeeCee quipped.
Further, she said that the society, especially the men, need to change their mindset towards women.
"You see so many women of different sizes, color taking to modeling, acting but people generally believe that a woman of a plus size or of a certain color should not be a check in the box. That has to end," Priyanka said.
After 'Baywatch', Priyanka will soon be seen in two more Hollywood films - 'Isn't That Romantic' and 'A Kid Like Jake'.
She is currently hogging the limelight for her alleged relationship with Hollywood pop sensation Nick Jonas, who has come to India to meet her family members and friends.
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