Published On: Thu, Oct 29th, 2015

Priyanka wishes to hit US Quantico



The previous Miss World and the Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra wishes that her leading role infamous United States television show Quantico will assist other Indian stars to build it gigantic in America. She is growing a stalk as the initial Indian lead in a US TV sequence, acting FBI agent twisted alleged terrorist Alex Parrish in the ABC thriller.

“I can only hope that it opens the right doors,” the 33-year-old star stated AFP in an email interview amid filming in India for her Bollywood movies and in Canada for Quantico.

She further stated that “I truly believe that we have a huge pool of talent in India, which spans actors, directors, technicians and the like, and there is a huge window of opportunity for them to explore outside India”.

Chopra has got lustrous appraisals for her twist as Parrish, who is blamed in the play of instigator the major terror attack on American soil since September 11, 2001.

The succession flies amid present day when she is on the sprint from the law and effort to demonstrate her incorruptibility and her period as a novice agent at the FBI’s academy at Quantico in Virginia.

The scheme makes audiences effort to deduct who plotted the assault — Parrish or individual of her previous colleagues at Quantico.

Whereas Bollywood actors Anil Kapoor (24), Rahul Khanna (The Americans) and Nimrat Kaur (Homeland) have all characteristic in American shows, Chopra is the initial actor from India to heading an innovative series.

Her face is publicized throughout billboards in main US cities and Chopra, who was gotten the crown of Miss World in 2000, said she experienced the force.

“I was nervous… period! Firstly I am trying something new, I was attempting it in a whole new geography, I was doing it in a different language from what the audience is used to for my on-screen persona,” she illustrated.

The star of Bollywood gave hits such as Dil Dhadakne Do and biopic Mary Kom supplementary that she experienced it was significant that her Indian-American character was racially vague.

“There is a lot of variety in the characters on Quantico but it’s not a clichéd representation,” she stated.

“It is, however, more a mirror to society in the USA — a multi-cultural mix of people from all over the world connected to their ethnicity in some way but who primarily consider themselves citizens of the United States of America.”


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Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.