Priyanka Chopra Jonas has captured the world and made her presence felt globally. Her journey has been phenomenal and, in each manner, inspirational. The daring actor has paved her manner and walked an uncharted path. She believes in being limitless and evokes others to do this as properly.
“I don’t want to be called an actor, I don’t want to be called a star. I don’t want to have a label, I want to have a legacy,” she says on this video. “I want to be limitless and I want to break stereotypes. I want to go where no man or woman has gone before.”
Priyanka talks about being bullied and that she “had the worst self-esteem” as a child. “I was made fun of the way I talked, because of where I came from. I was made fun on every level.”
But none of this stopped her from being one of the best model of herself. “Only way you can change is setting goals for yourself and saying I will be the best version of me.”
Telling folks, particularly kids, on how they will address failure, she says, “Life doesn’t end. Life keeps moving. Put your blinkers on and find what you do best and just keep moving.”
Recalling the time when she was 19 and doing her first few films, the actor shared producer had stated “girls were replaceable”, and if she (Priyanka) “can’t work it out, it’s fine, we’ll just cast someone else”.
This labored for her and he or she began selecting up elements which have been sturdy. She didn’t need to be a “damsel in distress”. Now, 13-15 years later, she is “irreplaceable”.