After winning Miss World in 2000, Priyanka Chopra began her acting career in the Tamil film Thamizhan in 2002 before making her Bollywood debut with The Hero: Love Story of a Spy in 2003. The performer experienced colorism early in her career and has talked about having her complexion lightened for numerous movies. She expressed guilt for taking part in “damaging” skin fairness advertising in the middle of the 2000s that promised young women a better life if they were truly fairer.
Once Priyanka reached the film industry, the narrative began to change, especially with the advent of social media, she acknowledged. Priyanka praised her generation for speaking up against harmful stereotypes of Indians. The actor continued by explaining that since they were little, Indians have been taught about this component of their culture.
When you started the film industry, if you were fair, you were guaranteed some kind of success or starring; whereas, if you were dark… I’m definitely not that dark, either. With the darker gals, it was like, “Alright, let’s brighten you up.” I seemed lighter in many movies. Priyanka told Dax Shephard in the podcast Armchair Expert. She acknowledged that on television, makeup and lighting had been used to make her look lighter than she genuinely was.
Priyanka is currently residing in Los Angeles with her family, which also includes her daughter Malti Marie Jonas and husband, musician Nick Jonas. In the 2021 Hollywood science fiction film The Matrix Resurrections, she last appeared as Sati. In addition, she will feature opposite Sam Heughan in the romantic comedy Love Again and have the Prime Video Citadel debut the following month. Priyanka Chopra is one of the best actress that Indian film industry has. She has also shown her skills internationally for which she has always received lots of praising across Hollywood.