Not okay with just one country, want the world, says Priyanka Chopra


Priyanka Chopra is not prepared to back off regardless of being made up for lost time amidst juggling between her work in India and the US. She says her point is to work the world over, and not only one nation. "Despite everything i'm doing it (Bollywood). Two landmasses. I'm not alright with only one nation. I need the world," Priyanka said.

The performer is occupied with shooting for the second period of American TV indicate "Quantico" here. Priyanka, who was seen attempting a FBI specialist named Alex Parrish in the principal period of the American dramatization arrangement, is currently depicting a CIA operator in its second season, which affectation in India on Star World and Star World HD.

 The previous glamorous lady, who has accumulated commendation for her realistic judgments with movies like "Form" and 'Mary Kom', likewise shared that choosing to be far from India to come and work in the US was extreme. She said: "Leaving my nation and coming to totally unique nation, that is constantly troublesome.

Only i'm, my family is not here, my companions are not here, however my cast dependably tries to make me feel truly great at whatever point, we have Diwali or any of our occasions. They generally attempt and make it truly bubbly for me." "Their hair and make-up trailer is improved, on the grounds that everybody knows I am far from home.

 However, that was hard and TV is a gigantic responsibility. In this way, you know leaving your nation, coming here, I wasn't certain." She will likewise make her Hollywood introduction in a negative part in "Baywatch" – the wide screen adaptation of the universally well known TV arrangement including Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron.

 The performing artist says there is an enormous furor in India for 'Baywatch'. "It was enormous in India. I think more than David Hasselhof, everybody knew who Pamela Anderson was. Certainly did! Also, the show, individuals cherished watching the show. I get it was the representation of the immense American dream around then. It was in the 1980s or the 1990s.

"I don't think individuals around the globe ever put it down. I think that its astounding, as far back as I have been discussing Baywatch in America, individuals have been similar to 'It's mushy, whatever'. Be that as it may, far and wide individuals cherish that show, I entirely preferred it. I watch reruns," she said.