After inciting racism in school, Priyanka Chopra was forced to leave the United States.
The Bollywood star, who is married to singer Nick Jonas, recalled that painful moment in her life while speaking to British host Lorraine Kelly this week. According to the website, the Bihar-born Chopra moved to Iowa with her aunt at the age of 13 Spin – And a few years later he was harassed in his school.
“High school is tough for everybody,” she told Kelly. “For me, being provoked by something that I had no control over and couldn’t change at 16 and 17 was something that really tells me.”
Due to racist attacks during his teenage years, the artist returned to India. “I was lucky that I had a house I could return to, able to get out of a situation that bothered me,” he said.
After returning to her country of origin, Chopra entered beauty pageants, and ended up winning Miss World in 2000 – the gateway to her career in Indian cinema. Now 38, she does Hollywood work under her belt, such as the film ‘Baywatch: SOS Malibu’.
In an interview with Lorraine Kelly, the actress also revealed what it’s like to be married to 28-year-old Nick Jonas, whom she has been married to since December 2018. “It is a good thing that it, being quarantine, is able to afford six. Month together. We both have such crazy careers. I don’t think I’ve come home for six months in 25 years, so I was very grateful for that time, “she admitted.
Watch the interview below: