Priyanka Chopra Time Magazine Lead Her Towords Success; Priyanka Chopra once again leads the world by making it to Time magazine’s “100 Most Influential People list.” Priyanka Chopra is an Indian actress, singer, producer and philanthropist, and the winner of the Miss World pageant of 2000. Now she is in the list of successful people of the world.Priyanka Chopra Time Magazine

Priyanka Chopra Time Magazine

Peaople like Barack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg and Adele, who have made it to the rundown.

Her Dream Infinite

“I want to be known as someone who has goals and achieves them. And whatever they might be, wherever they might be, I want to be limitless.”Priyanka Chopra Time Magazine Lead

legacy

“I don’t want to be called an actor, I don’t want to be called a star, I don’t want to have a label, I want to have a legacy.”Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Strives With Herself

“I had the worst self-esteem when I was a kid. I was made fun of because of the way I talked, because of where I came from. I was made fun of on every level.”
“And the only way you can change that is setting goals for yourself and saying, ‘I will be the best version of me’.”
“You have to put your blinkers on and find what you do best and just keep on moving.”Priyanka Chopra Hit movies

Priyanka Chopra want to break stereotypes

She told when she was talking about Priyanka Chopra Time Magazine “I want to break stereotypes. I want to go where no man or woman has gone before. And it might be a scary path, and it might be a path that no one has taken, but at least it will be just mine.”Priyanka

She Always  Second Choice

“When I was 18 and I started doing movies, I gave myself a year and a half. If I sense it that I am not good at what I am doing and I don’t see something opening up for me, I am gonna go back to college.”

“I always had a plan B, I still always have a plan B. And that’s what I always tell young people, you know life doesn’t end it just keeps moving.”Priyanka Chopra facebook

Creating People

“It was at a time when female-led films weren’t given as much importance as the boys’ movies were. Because boy’s movies make more money.”
“But that movie did really really well. Everyone was like ‘Whao, a female-led movie did well.’ And it made a lot of money.”
“It changed me as an actor because I was like wait a minute, ‘I can create people’. I taught myself makeup, I taught myself clothes, I taught myself emotions, I taught myself to move people. That’s a huge, huge power.”Priyanka Chopra show

Priyanka Chopra Irreplaceable

“When I was very young, I was 19 and I was doing the first few movies, I remember the producer just said, ‘Well, if she can’t work it out, it’s fine. We’ll just cast someone else, girls are replaceable’.”
“Subconsciously, it really worked on my mind and I started picking up parts which were strong, which were not just the damsel in distress waiting for someone to rescue me.”
“Now, 15 years later, the movies that I do, I am irreplaceable!”Priyanka Chopra offical website