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Priyanka was on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Tonight. I’ve uploaded HQ pictures of her leaving the studios, episode stills and the videos! She challenged Jimmy to a skittle eating contest and watched as David Blaine did a magic trick. Check it out!

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Priyanka is interviewed in Vogue India talking about beauty, her obsession with masks, Meryl Streep and Mum’s lipsticks. I uploaded the scans below 🙂

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Priyanka Chopra has now added another feather to her cap by winning the title of ‘Hottest Woman of the Decade’ and being the only woman to make it to Maxim Hot 100 list three times.
Recently, the latest edition of Maxim India, which features Priyanka on the cover was slammed for retouching her picture. However, the actress dealt with the issue in style and posted a no-filter picture of her underarms. Priyanka, who was at an event recently, commented on the ‘armpit’ controversy and said, “I showed my real… that word is too dirty (armpit). But the way I see it, I must be a big star if my armpits were on CNN America. So yes, my reaction was to put up a photograph out on Twitter so you can judge for yourselves.”

While she has already carved a niche for herself in Hollywood, Priyanka further added that she wants to break the stereotypes surrounding Indian actors in the West. When asked how she feels about being an icon, she said, “Icon is a very tricky word. Icon is someone who is a legendary personality irrespective of success or failure. I haven’t reached that yet. I want to leave a legacy for my children that they can be proud of. I want to spread my footprint across the world and I don’t want to be known as a spoof in Hollywood.”
Speaking to reporters at the event, the Quantico star further said, “I want to break the stereotype about Indian actors. We have talent and that’s why someone like me got to do a TV show like Quantico or a movie like Baywatch. I don’t want to be like someone else. I always wanted to grow up and be Priyanka Chopra. I admire a lot of people and I imbibe their best qualities. You have to find what is unique about you and the best version of yourself.”

Talking about Indian actors entering Hollywood, she said, “I feel that this trend is just the beginning. Indian actors deserve respect. We have been boxed into a certain mould. But we can do much more and that’s why I want to be able to open doors for us. I hope that they (Indian actors) will be more successful than me,” she said.

When asked what’s next for her, the actress responded that she never plans her career. “I am very instinctive. I go with what comes my way. I don’t know what is next, but it will be something creative,” she added.


The actress Priyanka Chopra, 33, made a career in Bollywood before becoming the first South Asian woman to lead an American network series — that is, the ABC drama “Quantico.” Though she is currently filming in Montreal for the show, which has been renewed for a second season, she is more often “based on a plane,” she said. Ms. Chopra was born in Jamshedpur, India, but was also raised in Newton, Mass., and Queens. Her beauty regimen is a hybrid of Indian D.I.Y. and Western favorites.

Skin Care

What is most important for your skin care is what you do the night before. You have to remove all remnants of makeup before you go to bed no matter how tired you are. I double wash because I wear a lot of makeup when I work. Right now, I’m using Chanel Intense Brightening Foam Cleanser, followed by MAC Green Gel Cleanser. I have dry skin, but it’s still very important to take off all the makeup and grime. I also double moisturize. I use the Kiehl’s serum called Daily Reviving Concentrate and then a cream by Tatcha. I’ve also found that StriVectin under-eye cream really works for me. I’m also trying some lip balms by StriVectin

For my body, I moisturize with Bio-Oil and a body lotion from Diptyque. If I’m going in the sun, I wear a face sunscreen by Shiseido. I find most of my products from reading magazines and listening to what makeup artists tell me to do. And I usually do all my shopping at the duty-free, so I keep trying new things. Whenever I’m tired or getting on a flight, I’ll wear the SK-II mask. I’m usually in a cabin on the plane, and I just shut the door and put it on. Sometimes I’ll put on fresh yogurt as a mask with a little turmeric powder in it — this is like an Indian trick. The turmeric is a healer for your skin.


I try to wear very little makeup on a day-to-day basis. I use Armani foundation under my eyes if I need to. Then it’s mostly just lip balm or a lip stain. I like the lip stains by Laura Mercier. I also like MAC and Nars lipsticks when I’m doing something bold. If MAC, I have Lady Danger, Candy Yum Yum, Ruby Woo, Russian Red and Studded Kiss. Nars, I like the Dolce Vita. I stick with the matte lipsticks. I don’t wear gloss. I have really big lips, and when I wear gloss, they look way bigger. I have to keep them in check!

My mom wears kohl all the time. It’s an amazing look and part of our culture for eons. Kohl makes big brown or black eyes stand out that much more. But I’m not big on the smoky eye. I like to keep the eye fresh. I just use YSL mascara and then an Anastasia Beverly Hills pencil for my brows. I actually use my fingers to curl up my mascara. I’m not very meticulous when it comes to my makeup. I pretty much use my fingers, except I’ll use a brush for my blush. Right now, I’m using a Chanel powder blush in Rose Ecrin. The color comes off very natural. Otherwise, I’m in the makeup chair almost every day.

It’s an interesting thing, the concept of “beauty” as an actor. People have doubted my abilities because of my beauty, and I’ve enjoyed proving to them that beauty shouldn’t have anything to do with your ability to tell the story. It’s important for actors to be chameleons. Beauty is just one aspect.


It’s very important to me. It makes me feel like I’m walking around in my own bubble. Right now I’m using Dolce & Gabbana the One and Diptyque L’Ombre dans l’Eau. I’m a big fan of Diptyque, which I discovered at duty-free. From traveling so much, my information comes from there!


I’m very blessed with Indian genes. I have good hair. When I was young, my grandmother used to give me coconut-oil head massages. I used to say, ‘I don’t want it!’ Now of course I know how great it was. I like Oribe products. I love the smell, and I find they make my hair glossy. I use the shampoo, conditioner and maybe a serum. Because I’m sitting in the hair and makeup chair all the time, my hair gets blown out, but it’s actually wavy. I let it be and pull it back if it’s my day off. For haircuts, I get trims. I can’t change it much because I’m always filming some scene for a character, and you need continuity. I’m telling a story.

Other Services

I try to get massages whenever I can, but I’m not very fussy. I go to a nice spa in the city I’m in, or I go for a massage at home — somebody that does house calls.

Diet and Fitness

You’re going to be very bored with this answer, but I don’t do anything for fitness. I realize it’s my genes and my age. I’m going to take advantage of it as long as I can! I drink a lot of coconut water. It has electrolytes, which are good for you. And in Mumbai, the coconuts are so fresh.



“I’m reading this book called The Forgetting Time [by Sharon Guskin], and it’s amazing. It’s about a mother and a son and the son keeps thinking about his previous life. It’s an epic story about relationships.”