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Priyanka attended the Zee Cine Awards yesterday where she performed and presented the Best Actor Award to Varun Dhawan. I uploaded HQ pictures to the gallery below. The show will air on Zee Cinema December 30th 7:30pm IST.


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To ensure that every child born in India has a fair start in life and is nurtured in an environment that helps him/her achieve full potential, Unicef on Tuesday launched its #FairStart campaign.

The initiative, through a series of short films that will be disseminated via social media, hopes to change the mindset of people and help remove the inequalities that large groups of children in the country face.

Actor Priyanka Chopra, who is Unicef’s National Ambassador, launched the campaign here.

Change
She said it would be delusional to think that we can end poverty and the disparity that exists when it comes to education, health and gender, but change can be brought about if each individual contributes towards creating a change in their social circle.

“It is the little things that all of us can do that will create a change. Every drop counts to build an ocean,” she said.

The actor added that though there are a number of initiatives by the government and others, there is need for change in the outlook and mindset so that students do not drop out of school and girls are given as fair a chance as boys to become thinking, independent individuals.

“We have become insensitive to inequalities that exist, but if we all think about how we can bring about a change in our own small way, this divide can be bridged.”

Ms. Chopra also cited a personal example of how she found her domestic help’s daughter sitting in her library reading a book during the day instead of being in school. The incident encouraged her to start her own foundation to educate underprivileged children.

Empowering children
The campaign video, made by the children, uses nursery rhymes to showcase the disparity between privileged and underprivileged children, and how they relate to the same nursery rhyme in different ways.

Unicef representative in India Louis-Georges Arsenault said if each individual starts caring, a lot can be done to empower children who have dropped out of school for various reasons and ensure that nobody is left behind.

Ms. Chopra also encouraged the students in the audience to use their privilege of studying in a good school to reach out to those who are not as fortunate and include them in their lives, be it in a game of soccer or in class.

“The youth of the county and the adolescents have the power to make the change so that when they become parents, it is with a mindset that does not discriminate,” she added.

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“I’m not even gonna lie right now, I love me so much that you will never even know,” Quantico actress Priyanka Chopra said straight into the camera, giving a little bit of a sassy attitude as she spoke. Love it!






Priyanka Chopra’s decision to wear a gown instead of a sari at the Oscars is a smart professional move. It has little to do with catching the eye of the paparazzi or getting into the Best Dressed List. The strapless gown by Zuhair Murad was rather insignificant from a fashion point of view. It did not make a grand style statement.

She dumped her red pout too. No curls and blow dry. Natural make-up and a low ponytail made up her Oscar look. Priyanka was not making a style statement. She was sending a loud and clear message to Hollywood: She is no exotic creature in a sari or embellished lehenga-choli or salwar kameez making an appearance for the brands she endorses.

No, she did not wear her nationality on her sleeve. Priyanka Chopra wanted the world to see her as any other Hollywood actor who walked into the Dolby Theatre.

With that gown, she worked her way out of the stereotype that Hollywood typically bestows on actors from other countries. Take Sofia Vergara for instance, no matter how gorgeous and beautiful she looks, she will always be a South American character. Or Jennifer Lopez, she will be the Maid in Manhattan even as she plays a powerful lead role.

Why, even the men have not been able to break the code. Do you see Chow Yun-Fat playing anything that does not involve Buddha or Kung Fu? Kal Pen (born Kalpen Kumar Modi in Connecticut, United States) despite adopting a very American name continues to play the Indian geek, even though he speaks English in a perfect American accent because he was born and raised there. What explains that?

So Priyanka knew a sari would stereotype her into the “Patel” and “Kumar” roles with that irritating made-up Indian English accent (for god’s sake can someone tell me why Americans can’t get the Indian English accent right ever?)

Even Indians don’t understand the accent!

Clever girl that she is, Priyanka chose to merge with the crowd instead of “standing out”.

Here is the thing if you are planning a long stint in Hollywood – become a part of it. When you work with an international crowd, you don’t have to wear your nationality on your sleeve. And Indians sometimes don’t get that. We take our tradition and roots too seriously. Here I speak from experience – a sari is certainly a head turner. It always flatters you with those “Oh, so gorgeous”, “Oh, it is so elegant and so exotic” compliments.

Yes, it is all of that. And it works once. May be twice. But after a point you are the “Indian in the sari”. So take my advice: Saris are gorgeous and probably the most elegant drape a woman can ever wear. But don’t make that your calling card in a professional world. The last thing you want to be inside a global boardroom is “exotic.”

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In our humble opinions, Priyanka Chopra may be one of the most beautiful people in Hollywood right now. We are obsessed with her hair and makeup at pretty much every red carpet appearance she makes. And at the 2016 Oscars, she did not disappoint when she walked the red carpet and took the stage (as a presenter) with bold brows, lush lashes, and a matte, mauve lip (she’s wearing a combo of Laura Mercier Velour Lovers Lip Colour in Cocoa Pout and Velour Lovers Lip Colour in Seduction, to be exact). The makeup was created by Stephanie Brooke for Laura Mercier.

And though we could go on and on about her flawless face, we also need to talk about her chic hair. Priyanka is known for her thick, glossy strands that have given many women envy. We had to learn more about what goes into styling it, so we chatted via email with her mane man, Castillo for S Factor by TIGI. He shared everything from what it’s like to work with her, how to copy her sleek Oscars ponytail, and tips for getting Priyanka-level shine.

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India is thrilled about our deadly girl Priyanka Chopra presenting an award at Oscars this year. She is Hollywood’s new killer girl on the bloc and her fans around the globe are hungry for details as to what will she wear on her big Oscar day.

In her cool, catty style, she told us, “Let me give you an exclusive. It will be something white. I don’t know exactly what yet. (chuckles) I am deciding from many colours and many outfits that have been sent to me from around the world but I am pretty stuck on white right now.”

We told her no matter what she wears, her lethal confidence will blow people’s mind. Aren’t we all unanimous on that one

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Thursday, March 3: Guests include Pharrell Williams, Priyanka Chopra and musical guest Loretta Lynn.




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