These days, Indian beauties are making their ways to west; from Bollywood to Hollywood Front. In this scenario, it is sure that they might be compared and be competitive to each other.
Recently, in an Interview with Anupama Chopra, the Desi girl Priyanka Chopra opened up and put forward her thoughts about Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor’s Hollywood venture.
Where Sonam has just signed with an agency as of now; Deepika just wrapped up her shoots for xXx: the Return of Xander Cage.
Here are the statements made by Priyanka,
“I want to see what happens, first of all. I hope all the actors, whoever comes see the notoriety and the popularity that I have achieved or reached. I hope that happens to them because it’s unbelievable when it happens in another country. When you walk out and you have like people who don’t look anything like you, coming up and knowing you.
And I hope that happens to Deepika and Sonam, because they’ve signed up. But why the women is I feel, America suddenly sat up and said, ‘Oh, this is great business module. To take an international superstar and put them into something and let it elevate.’ Today is not about domestic, it’s all about entertainment. It’s global. So now everyone wants that.”
“Women, because we are beautiful and the exotic Indian girl, it’s an easy fit. I’ve gone to the left and decided never to do it. I got a show which is on my shoulders. I’m doing a movie which I’m not the side chick; I’m the main villain of the movie. Who would debut as a villain? But to me that’s exciting. I don’t like being conventional. But I was tried to put into the box so much. That was the first place I was put into. All the movies that came to me were that!
In Baywatch, I was been spoken to for another part. My role was written for a man, like I told you last time. The exotic gorgeous pretty girl in amazing clothes is so the fit where people tried to put me. And I hope that doesn’t happen to anyone else coming in because that would really ruin all the work I’ve put in. We need to stand as a force to reckon with. Our industry is one of the most prolific in the world. And we need to not be afraid to stand our ground on our feet and say, I’m not settling.”