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Revisiting The Must-Watch Films Of Priyanka Chopra

When we talk about Priyanka Chopra, all we could think of is how an actor saw a dream of global domination and currently living the dream! Born on 18th July 1982 in Jamshedpur, Priyanka was a child who faced racial issues was even bullied during her school life, but nothing could stop her from entering the fashion & beauty industry. Priyanka Chopra won many beauty pageants, but one that caught everyone’s attention was when she was crowned Miss World 2000. Since then, there has been no looking back for Priyanka Chopra!

Today, Priyanka Chopra is an actor, producer, singer and author who has defied all odds rose to victory in every industry that she stepped in. She is still going strong in Bollywood, and over the years, has given some terrific performances.

Listed below are the Priyanka Chopra starrer films that are a must-watch:

Aitraaz (2004)

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C’mon, we are talking about Priyanka Chopra and how can we miss the film Aitraaz, which is still regarded as one of the brilliant performances delivered by PC. The film revolved around the topic of sexual harassment at the workplace, wherein a woman’s long list of desires makes her manipulate a male employee. With her dynamic screen presence and a role of an aggressor, PC took the spotlight in the film! 

Fashion (2008)

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Directed by Madhur Bhandarkar, the film focused on the real fashion world, showing the audience what really goes in the glitz and glam world of fashion. Priyanka essays the role of a small-town girl who has a dream of going into the fashion world and the struggles and hardships that she faces during her journey. One needs to watch the movie to understand what price someone has to pay to enjoy the perks of the fashion world.

Anjaana Anjaani (2010)

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The film focuses on the journey of two individuals who are planning to end their lives but just before taking the step; they meet each other. What follows is a roller coaster ride of misadventures, pain, love and longing for each other. The film is a blend of different emotions, and Priyanka’s effortless acting makes it worth watching! 

7 Khoon Maaf (2011)

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Directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, 7 Khoon Maaf revolved around the dark life of a black widow. After Aitraaz, PC hadn’t done any dark role and watching her essay, the part of a loving, caring yet vulnerable kinda girl was refreshing to see. If ‘confused characters’ are your jam, watch this movie! 

Barfi (2012)

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Barfi is by far one of the most challenging films done by Priyanka Chopra. Essaying the role of an autistic girl, Priyanka nails the performance. Filled with emotions and love, the film revolves around a hearing and speech impaired man who falls in love with two girls, one of them being Jhilmil (Priyanka Chopra). From the storyline, screenplay to Priyanka’s impeccable acting, Barfi is a masterpiece! 

Mary Kom (2014)

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The sports biopic directed by Omung Kumar revolved around the journey of Indian boxer Mary Kom. Portraying the role of a boxer was tough for Priyank Chopra as she had to go through rigorous training in order to do justice to her role. Guess what? Priyanka gave all the adrenaline rush and rightly depicted the life of Mary Kom

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