Actress Priyanka Chopra came to Bollywood without any starry links and went on to become a global star. On the immense success that came her way, Priyanka said in an interview that she is grateful to be in a position where she is used to be the face on a poster.
The global icon however has no plans to stop.
The actress said all her achievements are hers as she got them without any help from anyone.
Recalling her journey to the city of dreams, Mumbai, Priyanka said she didn’t know anyone when she came, let alone someone from the industry. She added it was the love that audiences showered on her that gave her strength to push her boundaries.
Priyanka talked about her career in an interview with CBC channel when she flew down to Toronto to unveil the trailer of production venture "Sarvann".She won the Miss India title at the young age of 17 and debuted in Bollywood with 2003 movie "The Hero: Love Story of a Spy". Since then, there has been no looking back.
The actress made waves with international singles like "In my city" and "Exotic" before heading to the international TV space as Alex Parrish in "Quantico", which launched in 2015.
The actress is currently seen in "Quantico" Season 2, which is aired in India on Star World and Star World. She will soon make her Hollywood debut with "Baywatch".
"Sarvann" , a Punjabi film, is Priyanka's second production venture under her banner Purple Pebble Pictures. Her first was "Ventilator" -- which released on November 4.
"Sarvann" is co-produced by Vashu Bhagnani and stars Amrinder Gill.
Talking about her decision to launch the trailer in Toronto, Priyanka said: "I have always got a lot of love and affection whenever I've come to Toronto. I've come here for a lot of my Hindi films, I've come here for 'Quantico' before, specially coming here for a Punjabi film which has such a strong Punjabi community, just seems like the ideal place to launch it."
(With IANS Inputs)