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Nervous the director - By Actress

Actress Priyanka Chopra, who has traveled from Bollywood to Hollywood, has not confined herself to the actress only.

In America, she was introduced to the singer. The same Priyanka has been busy with filmmaking lately. Priyanka, who is married to American singer Nick Jonas, was afraid to direct the film.

'If there's anything that makes me nervous, it's the instruction. Because the instructional style has a lot of responsibility. But slowly, I moved from acting to acting to producing. Hopefully, someday the guidance will come too. ' Recently, Priyanka was offered to star in Sonali Bose's film 'The Sky is Pink'. But after reading the script, the actress wanted to become not only an artist but also a producer. This is the second time she has made a film for a female director, having already produced 'ventilator' and 'guest'.
However, she believes that 'sex does not define anything'. In his view, men or women should be able or disabled based on their ability and not gender.

She has considered it a privilege to work with Sonali. 'I think she is a filmmaker with amazing ability. And, her gender does not make any difference to it, 'said Priyanka, noting that she did not try to help filmmaking because she was a woman. The film is due for release in a matter of weeks.


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