After Priyanka Chopra starred in Quantico and married Nick Jonas, she makes regular headlines.
But the more about the starlet, the more we want to know about it. Where does she come from? How long has she played? The questions go on and on.
If you've asked yourself these questions too, you're in luck. We have all the answers for you here.
The daughter of doctors in the Indian army, Chopra, had to move quite a bit as a child.
For an Indian woman who comes to herself America, which started in new places, was not always easy.
When she attended high school in Newton, Massachusetts, people made fun of her because they were ethnic. She says that people would say things like "Brownie, go home!" And "curry goes!" She was even jumped by two girls in her class.
"It broke my mind," she said in an interview with Glamor. "I was wondering who I was. Why was it so uncool to be Indian?
When she returned to India, she really began to flower. As she became more and more beautiful, her father put grates on the windows of her house to keep the male suitors out.
In an interview with Vogue, Chopra's mother joked that the house at the time looked like a fortress.
In 2000, Chopra won the title of Femina Miss India after thriving on her unpleasant teenage phase.
In 2003 she broke with the movie The Hero: Love in the Bollywood World a Story of a Spy.
For her role she received the 2003 Star Dust Award in the category "New Female Actress in a Supporting Role".
Chopra has starred in more than 50 Bollywood films and has become an icon in the genre.
Chopra is not only an amazing actress, but also a pageant queen. In 2000, Chopra was given the opportunity to attend the Miss World Pageant in London, England, where she brought the crown home.
Because of their fame and beauty, fans wanted to see and hear more from Copra. In 2009, she began writing a column for the Hindustan Times titled The Priyanka Chopra Column. The column covered a number of controversial topics.
To prove that there's nothing she can not do, Chopra also jokes the third season of Fear Factor India in 2010.
In 2015, Chopra was the first Indian to do so her role as Alex Parrish in Quantico played a series in a US network as a headline.
The show followed Chopra's character on her journey through working with the FBI.
Quantico lasted three seasons before being canceled. Chopra tweeted a heartfelt goodbye when the news of the cancellation came.
"At the end of the season, I say goodbye to Alex Parrish," she tweeted. "As you will see, her story will make a circle … and that's the best feeling as an actor. Bringing Alex to life has challenged me physically and emotionally, but it is all the more important (hopefully) that female talent and colorful women have opened the door to play head women.
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