Priyanka Chopra was born in the year 1982 (18th July). She is an Indian actress, film producer, singer, philanthropist, and the frontrunner of the most prestigious Miss World 2000 pageant. Priyanka Chopra is one of India’s highest and maximum paid actress and also the most well known and popular celebrities, Chopra popularly called as “PC Chops” has received several awards, which includes the most prestigious National Film Award and five Film fare Awards in her cap. In the year 2016, the Government of India honored her with the prestigious Padma Shri, it is considered as the fourth highest civilian honor, and Time magazine recognized her one of the 100 most powerful individual in the world.
As stated Priyanka Chopra has been recognized one of the hundred Most Influential and Powerful lady in the World by Forbes, she is ranking at “Ninety Seven” on the list, and she is standing strong at number fifteen on the Media and Entertainment catalog. Chopra is placed behind JK Rowling (who is standing strong at number Eighty-Eight on overall catalog and at number “Thirteen” on Media & Entertainment) and the famous singer Beyonce is standing at number Four). “Chopra is perhaps the most thriving Bollywood performer to cross over to Hollywood,” as stated in her bio on sites available on internet. “As the lead super star of Quantico ABC’s series, she’s one of TV’s maximum earning actor and the first Indian performer to act in a drama series on American television show.”
Angela Merkel (German Chancellor) ranked at number 1 on the overall catalog, followed by (philanthropist Melinda Gates) the UK PM Theresa May, and (Sheryl Sandberg ) Facebook COO. Priyanka Chopra is at present shooting the 3rd series of her American Television show Quantico, planned to premiere in the month of January, and has 2 new Hollywood movies in her cap along her debut with the famous film Baywatch earlier this year. Priyanka Chopra has added more feathers in her cap by becoming the high-flying ambassador for UNICEF, lately travelling to Jordan where she raised knowledge and awareness about the troubles of Syrian refugees, particularly children.