Priyanka Chopra Jonas moved to the West in 2015 when she was offered a role in the American television series Quantico. But despite spending so much time in a foreign country, the actress feels that she is still very Indian and is faithful to her roots. In a recent interview, he said that it is difficult to get India out of it. He also talked about balancing work between Bollywood and Hollywood.
Priyanka shared how she carries her Indian roots with her wherever she travels, so she never misses being at home. In an interaction with Rasha Goel, the 39-year-old actor said: “You can take me from India, but you can not take India from me. My culture or being who I am, goes like a bubble wherever I am. So I never feel like I’m away from home. My house is always with me, my mandir is always with me, my mom is always with me, my ahaar (pickles) is always with me. So you know I’m fine. “I never feel that way.”
Adding, he said he was always careful about the balance between the two film industries in which he was a part. “And I also feel it was very strategic and I always wanted to balance both industries because there are very few actors around the world who have managed to do that,” Priyanka said.
The actress is currently busy promoting her upcoming film, The Matrix Resurrections, the fourth film in the science fiction franchise. She plays Sati, who is “a young woman with wisdom who denies her age and ability to see the truth, no matter how murky the waters.” The film also stars Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jada Pinkett Smith, Daniel Bernhardt and Lambert Wilson, among others.
In addition to The Matrix Resurrection, PeeCee also has The Rousseau Brothers point to the Acropolis, Text For You with Celine Dion and Sam Heughan, a wedding reality show, a romantic comedy with Mindy Kaling and the biographical film Ma Anand Sheela. As for Bollywood, we will see it in Farhan Akhtar’s Jee Le Zaraa, with Alia Bhatt and Katrina Kaif.
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