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Priyanka Chopra Opens Up About ‘Obstacles’ She Faced In Hollywood


Priyanka Chopra is a global star! She is most popular in Bollywood and now she is also a known face in Hollywood. She started her Hollywood journey with Quantico and now she has been a part of many big films in Hollywood. She has worked with Dwayne Johnson and others in Baywatch. She has also been a part of The Matrix Resurrections and will soon be seen in ‘Citadel.’

In a recent interview, Priyanka opened up about the ‘biggest obstacle’ she faced as an Indian actor in Hollywood. She told Bloomberg, “I think what really changed is streaming. When streaming came in, the need for globalization became just important. The biggest obstacle that I think I faced as an Indian actor was the limited view of what I was capable of. It has been a massive change and I am very, very proud to have colleagues and peers that have the strength and the bravery to be able to swim through dense water that has kept us out for a very long time, and actually demand a seat at the table.”

cater to just a ‘South Asian audience’ and that people outside of the diaspora ‘may not be interested in her’ if she led a TV show in America.

In the same interview, Priyanka said although there is still a long way to go, she remains optimistic about the future. “When it comes to the arts, we are always going to push the envelope to make sure more inclusion happens,” she said.

Before the 2023 Oscars that were held on March 12 (March 13 in India), Priyanka co-hosted the second annual South Asian Excellence at the Oscars event held on March 9. Apart from this, Priyanka also has ‘Love Again’ in the pipeline and Bollywood movie ‘Jee Le Zaraa’.


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