Priyanka Chopra’s Allure Magazine Interview Is Basically The Voice Of 90 Percent Indian Women
Priyanka Chopra may have achieved more than any other Indian actor ever did, but she still remembers her insecure days as a teenager. During a chat with Allure, magazine PC opened up about her “dark” past.
Priyanka Chopra told Allure, “My skin is as complicated as I am. When I was growing up, I did not see anyone on television that looked like me. Initially, companies did not have colors that matched the Asian or Indian skin. Because I am darker, I had issues as a teenager society pressure that a girl is prettier if she’s lighter. Pressure exists, and it is on us to make those pressures not seem important to girls. I have achieved what I’ve achieved, and skin color has nothing to do with it, in fact, it might have been an asset. I like the color of my skin very much. It’s so primitive to me that people are judged on the basis of the color of their skin. I mean its skin. We all have it.”
Priyanka Chopra is not the only Indian woman who faced issues while growing up, 90 percent Indian women also feel the same way. It is good to see Priyanka is trying to focus on this issue; maybe one-day Indian people will change their mind.
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