Priyanka Chopra made a big disclosure and shared the meaning and experience of being a migrant in America
Priyanka Chopra may go to any corner of the world, her desi style or otherwise, 'Desi Girl' cannot be removed from her heart and mind. The actress herself has been seen saying this on many occasions and has also proved this thing. Priyanka's journey from Bollywood to Hollywood is worth saluting. Recently, Priyanka opened an Indian restaurant in New York. This restaurant of Priyanka was named 'Sona'. After this, he launched a homeware brand named 'Sona Home'.
Priyanka Chopra has shared her experience and the meaning of being a migrant in America in her new post. Priyanka says, 'Coming from India and making America your second home was very challenging. But this journey of mine brought me to a place where I could find my other family and friends. I brought here a part of India in everything. Everything I do has a glimpse of an Indian.'
What did Priyanka say next?
Regarding Indian culture, Priyanka says, 'Indian culture is known for its hospitality. It's about connecting people and their community. It also means a lot to me as an expatriate.
Priyanka recently wrapped up shooting for 'Citadel', in which she will be seen alongside 'Game of Thrones star Richard Madden. On the other hand, Priyanka is also making a comeback in Bollywood. She will be seen in Zoya Akhtar's film 'Jee Le Zara' alongside Alia Bhatt and Katrina Kaif. However, news has come in the past that the shooting of this film has been pushed forward for a few days.