Published: Tue, August 13, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Priyanka Chopra hits back at a girl who called her a hypocrite

Priyanka Chopra hits back at a girl who called her a hypocrite

Her powerful message was interrupted by a Pakistan woman who claimed the actress was "a hypocrite" for "encouraging war between India and Pakistan".

Malik cited a tweet sent by Chopra's official account on February 26 in which the actress wrote "Jai Hind", meaning "victory to India".

"You are a United Nations ambassador for peace, and you are encouraging nuclear war against Pakistan".

"I've had so many times where I'm doing interviews and people always ask me, 'You're doing a movie with a female actor".

Priyanka Chopra didn't ignore her accusation as most of the celebrities do, in fact, she gave a befitting reply to her. "We did not want to watch or stick around but I heard her start talking about how she's a humanitarian - she said we should "love our neighbours" and I just thought that was very amusing of her to say". "But we all walk that middle ground, but thank you for your enthusiasm and your question and your voice". Just like you probably do as well.

If you are an Indian this video will make you feel proud and even prouder on Priyanka Chopra.

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"Girl, don't yell, don't embarrass yourself" and didn't protest as security snatched the mic from her, which further upset the Twittersphere.

Priyanka also apologized for hurting sentiments of the people who loved her and said that there has to be some middle ground on which all will have to walk. The exchange took place at Beautycon Los Angeles. "We're all here for love".

"Lesson 2: War is not a "middleground" for feminists - it is the ultimate act of violence against women and other marginalized gender groups".

"Both India and Pakistan were in danger". Priyanka, in her own words, let the woman "vent" and then said she is not somebody who promotes war.

The Pakistani-Indian conflict is deeply rooted in a long-standing territorial dispute, with the Kashmir region, the southern part of which lies in India's Jammu and Kashmir state, having been an apple of discord in the two countries' bilateral relations since the two gained independence from Britain in 1947.

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