Birthday Special – Get To Know The Style Icon & Diva Priyanka Chopra Better

She is an Indian International Diva, a style icon, an Ex-Miss world, a Pop sensation and one of the finest actresses in the Bollywood Industry! Priyanka Chopra is one of the most famous Bollywood personalities and pool of talent like no other. With her entire life spent around the cameras, there are hardly things that are unknown about this beautiful Bollywood starlet.

Hailing from a non-filmy background, she had to take the long path of struggle to reach the zenith of her career. But, here are a few interesting facts about PC you may have never known earlier. On her Birthday, get to know your beautiful and sensational Priyanka better.

  1. Both Her parents, Ashok and Madhu Chopra are physicians and had to move to various cities before shifting their base to the USA.

  2. Priyanka, at the age of 13 started her schooling in Newton, Massachussetts. She was the only the only Indian in her class who was chosen for State level National Opus Honour choir.

  3. PC always wanted to become a software engineer or a criminal Psychologist.

  4. Madhu chora, Priyanka’s mother enrolled her name for the Femina Miss India contest in the year 2000, wherein she won the Miss India World title and later went ahead to win the Miss World Title.

  5. Humraaz was supposed to be Priyanka’s debut film, but due to certain issues PC couldn’t become a part of it.

  6. Thamizhan, a Tamil film was PC’s debut film in the year 2002, opposite Tamil actor Vijay.

  7. Priyanka met with an accident while shooting for the song “Do me a Favor Lets play Holi” for the film Waqt: Race against Time. She accidently stepped on a live wire and had to be hospitalized for an entire day.

  8. For the film UmraoJaan, the ill-fated film of JP Dutta, Priyanka was the first choice.

  9. Abhishek Bachchan calls Priyanka, Piggy chops a name she is now known by all her friends.

  10. Priyanka is the first Indian actress till date to have cast her Foot Impression in Salvatore Ferragamo Museum, Italy.

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