Global icon Priyanka Chopra feels that the characters she plays in mainstream American movies and TV will help open doors for "Indian and south Asian talents" in Hollywood mainstream entertainment.
The 36-year-old actress, who forayed into Hollywood and made the U.S. her home, stated that she does not feel like giving explanation about her relationships to anyone. "I'm not running for office, so I don't owe anyone an explanation".
"My family, friendship, my relationships are things I don't think I need to defend or explain it to anyone", the actress further added. 10 per cent is for me. During a Q&A session at the "Challenging the Status Quo and Forging New Paths" event that was organized by the FICCI Ladies Organization and Yes Bank, Priyanka kinda sorta addressed the rumors of her yet-to-be-confirmed engagement to Nick and basically said her personal life is hers and hers alone. She is extremely flawed, she's not flawless, she's a loner, she doesn't like people, and she only uses people. "But because I am so afraid of failing that developed a way of not being nervous", Priyanka said. My mom tells everyone, "Let her be alone for while", whenever I fail.
She also thanked everyone and said that she'll always treasure the good times she spent with the entire team.
Chopra joked FLO president Pinky Reddy and Sanghvi about playing them on screen and then said, "It's actually my dream to be able to play a man".
Priyanka will be next seen in Shonali Bose's "The Sky Is Pink", where she plays the mother of an 18-year-old girl, played by Zaira Wasim.