Priyanka Chopra is all set for the release of her upcoming Hollywood film in 2017, Baywatch, and the actress has been busy juggling her work both in India and the US. A lot of people are worried that PeeCee might end up showing her back to B-town and only take up Hollywood projects in future.
However, Priyanka Chopra says she'll be doing both Bollywood and Hollywood films and also said that she has turned down more than six Hollywood films as the script was not upto the mark. She was quoted as saying,
"I am not only saying no to Bollywood films. I have also turned down more than six Hollywood films. I am rejecting films across industries. I'm going to pick the best and do only one film from each side next year. Even that would mean pushing myself against time. But I'm a 70mm girl who can never give up Hindi films. Main toh apni TV series bhi 70mm pe dekthi hoon."
Priyanka Chopra is al lset for her Hollywood debut in 2017 for the upcoming flick Baywatch. The film also stars Dwayne Johnson aka The Rock.
Priyanka Chopra says she'll never stop doing Bollywood films and will manage both Bollywood and Hollywood from 2017. It's quite a task but she loves 70mm says PeeCee.
Selecting The Best
Priyanka Chopra revealed that she has turned down more than six Hollywood flicks as the script was not strong enough. PeeCee is being very selective and only wants the best.
Priyanka Chopra who started out in the US through the television series Quantico, is slowly making her mark overseas.
Priyanka Chopra had also spoken out against Presidential frontrunner Donal Trump for his statements on immigrants in the USA.
Making India Proud
Priyanka Chopra also hosted the Oscars 2016 and made India proud through her achievements. PeeCee is on a roll!
PeeCee used to do four films a year in Bollywood and now she says she'll be doing only one each year. When asked about the change in the number of films she says, "I am not just an actress or a producer, I am an artiste and I love the variety - a little drama, a little humour, a little action - of several projects, at once. But now, I am reduced to acting in one film at a time and I'm creatively frustrated."