Priyanka Chopra Happy To Play Strong Lady Oriented Films
After stealing the show with her empathic portrayal of Kashibai in ‘Bajirao Mastani’, Priyanka Chopra is back as a tough cop in ‘Jai Gangaajal’ and the actress says she is consciously opting for roles in Bollywood that represent the modern Indian woman.
She has set up herself as one of the best entertainers of her era of on-screen characters in Hindi silver screen other than a blooming profession in Hollywood that saw her turning into the primary female star from India to front a US TV program in ‘Quantico’.
She is presently all set to make her Hollywood film debut as the primary scoundrel inverse Dwayne Johnson in ‘Baywatch’. Priyanka says she is deliberately floating towards parts that have more to offer despite the length of the part.
“It was critical for me to play solid female characters in my movies. I began doing that quite a while back, be it “Kaminey” where I had only eight scenes, Jhilmil in ‘Barfi!’, ‘Gunday’, ‘Saat Khoon Maaf’ or Kashibai in ‘Bajirao Mastani’.
“I make a decent attempt to play solid ladies, who are a representation of cutting edge Indian lady,” Priyanka told PTI in a meeting over telephone from Montreal, Canada. Her next extra large screen excursion ‘Jai Gangaajal’, coordinated by Prakash Jha, will see her playing a female cop battling for equity in a degenerate, male-commanded place.
“It’s an interestingly layered character. Abha is exceptionally female and she has been tossed into this present man’s reality where no one considers her important notwithstanding when she is Superintendent of Police, since she is a lady. “She has been sent to this extremely male-ruled city where she needs to put her foot down, ensuring that she doesn’t need to take the law in her grasp in the meantime.
” The film’s destiny will be clear strictly when its discharge on March 4 however the on-screen character, 33, is cheerful that individuals will like the motion picture, which manages issues like debasement in the framework, woman’s rights and ranchers’ suicide.