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Priyanka’s Marathi film, Ventilator from her production company, Purple Pebble Pictures is available on DVD and Blu-Ray. You can buy it on Amazon or your local video store! Priyanka has a small cameo in the film and I’ve uploaded the captures below.


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Cross-continent travel and juggling Hollywood and Bollywood assignments are part and parcel of Priyanka Chopra’s life. But, the actress won’t stop at just that. She, along with mother Dr Madhu Chopra, dived into the regional film world with a Bhojpuri production, ‘Bam Bam Bol Raha Hai Kashi’, which released last June.

Next up under their banner, Purple Pebbles Pictures, is Marathi film ‘Ventilator’ that releases a fortnight later, while a Punjabi film is already on floors. The Chopra mother-daughter duo is also eyeing the Rajasthani and Chattisgarhi film industry keenly.

Sr Chopra says it is a conscious decision on their part to venture into regional cinema. “Priyanka is someone who follows the road less taken, doing unconventional stuff. We have a lot of good content and stories, which go untold as there are not many producers willing to put their money [on regional films]. Our aim is to back such projects and give them a global platform,” says Madhu, revealing that they plan to venture into mainstream Hindi films next year.

Despite a busy schedule in the West, Priyanka is a hands-on producer, insists Madhu. “Priyanka holds the remote control. We chat every day and I keep her up to date on all projects. She guides us on how to go about things. Without her approval, nothing moves here, so much so that she takes the final call on what should be written on invitation cards,” she says.

Talking about her role in the production company, she adds, “I look at the back-end work. Once she takes a decision, I look into the execution part of it.”

Quiz her if she would like to see her daughter get married sooner rather than later, and Madhu says, “Earlier, I used to talk to her about marriage, but I have stopped now. She is mature enough to take a decision herself.”

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Actress Priyanka Chopra’s production house, Purple Pebble Pictures (PPP), has begun working on its first Punjabi feature film, which will be a coming-of-age drama.

The yet-untitled movie features Punjabi star Amrinder Gill in the lead role.

“It is a young boy’s coming-of-age story of unknowingly discovering his true identity. The film is already on floors with Amrinder Gill. It will be shot in various locations in India, including Punjab, and then in Canada as well,” a spokesperson said.

“Purple Pebble Production’s Punjabi film is not ‘Ek Onkar’ and it is yet untitled. A formal announcement of the title will be made soon,” the spokesperson added.

The film has been directed by Karan Guliani, who has also penned the story with Ambadeep Singh.

Priyanka’s mother Madhu Chopra will be producing the project.

The 33-year-old actress, who began shooting today for the second season of her American TV show “Quantico”, will be in the US shooting for the show till December.

“She will be there till the end of the year. She might come here in between as she has some commitments including brand endorsements and all,” a source said.

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The actress wrapped up a special appearance for her upcoming regional production on July 2 before flying off to New York.

After wrapping up a three-day schedule for her Marathi production, the Rajesh Mapuskar-directed Ventilator in Mumbai recently, Priyanka Chopra flew off to New York on July 4 with mum, Madhu Chopra, to start filming the second season of her American TV show, Quantico. The schedule will go on through 14-hour shifts till March 2017. PeeCee gets two-three India trips in between.

She may be away from her desi films, but the actress admits that she has a “teesri aankh” and is too much of a micro-manager to let others take decisions for her. “Ventilator directed by Rajesh Mapuskar has my name attached to it so I have to be comfortable with everything that’s happening. The crew back home teases me saying that US main baithe baithe I know everything that’s happening in Mumbai,” she chuckled between shots for the film at a Versova studio. She is dressed in ripped denims, a white ganjee and a trench coat for a shot, which she picked out from her personal wardrobe. While the aforementioned appearance was set in a theatre with assistant directors posing as students, the actress also filmed a special Marathi song. “Life is transient and I am a creative person who constantly looks for new outlets. I have been writing a lot and I am producing films, I like to evolve in different directions,” she asserted.

This is PeeCee’s third regional production, the first being the Bhojpuri June release, Bam Bam Bol Raha Hai Kashi, and the second a Punjabi drama titled Ek Onkar. “Soon, I am going to do another three films in different languages. My focus is on small-budget movies. It’s a great time for filmmaking and there’s interesting stuff coming my way,” she says confidently.

From beauty pageant winner to international actress, singer and now, a producer, there’s a reason why her American crew calls her the “multihyphenated Priyanka Chopra”.

She takes it as a compliment. “If I wasn’t producing films or doing different things like my web-series, I would still have been successful because I am a winner by nature and a survivor. People pursue happiness, success, money or fame, for me it’s the pursuit of excellence. I want to be excellent at my role in my Marathi film too, even if it is a guest appearance. If you’re consistent, you will never be denied success, no matter the age or stage,” she signs off.

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