Remember PC’s pretty bangs in her first music single In My City in 2012, followed by the fringed hairdo’s continued appearance in her Bollywood films like Zanjeer (2013) and Mary Kom (2014)? Well, Priyanka Chopra Jonas has brought her bangs in a brand new look and fans of the star are digging her quarantine hairstyle. And if you never really liked her in the hairstyle in the past, well, as the actress said: “New hair, don’t care!”
Priyanka Chopra’s new look was appreciated by her followers who flooded her post with compliments of how stunning and gorgeous the Quantico actress looks.
But Priyanka Chopra is not just busy changing her hairstyle and getting a new look as she has had quite a schedule this past week, of which the latest include her engaging chat with TIFF’s artistic director Cameron Bailey on 11th September via Instagram Live.
For those who weren’t aware, Priyanka had begun writing a memoir two years ago, though her hectic work schedule never allowed her to finish it. But as she told Bailey during their chat, the “one good thing that came out of quarantine was that I finished [it].”
Tentatively titled Unfinished, the memoir will be more about her “retrospecting on 20 years of her life that she didn’t get any chance to think about what her journey was about and why she made the decisions she did and what did she feel.”
On the work front, Priyanka is also developing and producing content with Amazon, which includes a sangeet show with her husband Nick Jonas that will be based on the Indian pre-wedding tradition. It will feature the families of the bride and groom competing against each by traditions like singing and dancing. Anthony and Joe Russo’s spy series, Citadel, will also feature the actress with Richard Madden.
It is known that Priyanka Chopra is the latest addition to the much-awaited The Matrix 4, which, as she confirmed, has resumed shooting and will start filming her scenes in October this year. She is also producing and starring in the Amazon Prime’s Sheela, as Osho’s assistant, Ma Anand Sheel. Netflix’s We Can Be Heroes by director Robert Rodriguez and The White Tiger, an adaptation of Aravind Adiga’s best-seller of the same name have roped in the actress too.