Thappad nahi, kaam se maaro: Priyanka Chopra Jonas to Anubhav Sinha as he praises her for making a mark despite being pulled down

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Priyanka Chopra Jonas is a bona fide global star. While she has left behind an indelible mark in Bollywood, the actress is taking forward her legacy in Hollywood too. As she continues delighting all with her acting prowess, Priyanka is exploring endless opportunities as a producer with her home production company Purple Pebbles Pictures. In a revolutionary announcement, Priyanka has signed a two-year multimillion-dollar first-look television deal with Amazon. She will be producing scripted as well as unscripted content for the platform. 

With this landmark announcement, Priyanka's fans, well-wishers and Bollywood friends haven't stopped gushing over her hard work and success. Anubhav Sinha, on Twitter, congratulated her for her achievements. The filmmaker also recalled an old article that wrote off Priyanka and claimed that no actor would like to work with her in the future. "I am so reminded of a Bombay Time front page article that wrote her off saying how NO ONE would touch her from a barge pole. Yeah... No one can....," Anubhav wrote.

 

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Mentioning the title of Anubhav's recent film Thappad featuring Taapsee Pannu, Priyanka thanked him for his support. "Thappad nahi.. kaam se maaro.. lol. Thank you @anubhavsinha for the support..," Priyanka replied.

Talking about her multimillion deal with Amazon, Priyanka, during an interview with an international publication, told, "My quest really is to be able to tell female stories, work with creators from around the world and create a cross-pollination of storytelling. Amazon is such a great partner to do that because their reach and outlook is so global. My Amazon television deal is a global deal, so I can do Hindi language, I can do English language, I can do whatever language I want."

(Source: Twitter)

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