However, her next movie Andaaz was a hit partially due to Priyanka’s on-screen sizzle. There was no looking back after that.
She trailed up with yet another bestseller, Aitraaz (2004). She bagged 2 Filmfare nominations for this movie, one for Best Supporting Actress and the other for Best Villain, the latter of which she received. Only two years into her profession and she were already categorized as an award-winning, A-list artist.
The actress has other hit movies like Don, Fashion, Krrish, Dostana, Kaminey, Anjaana Anjaani, Don 2, Agneepath, Barfi in her bag of achievements. However, the bag of her flops is equally bigger with movies like what’s your rashee, 7 Khoon Maaf, God Tussi Great Ho, Drona, Love Story 2050, Big Brother, Salaam-e-Ishq etc.
Priyanka Chopra won her first National Award for Best Actress, as well as another Filmfare award, this time for Best Actress for her blockbuster movie Fashion.
In 2012, Priyanka made her debut in the music industry with her first single In My City, featuring will.i.am. She followed it up with Exotic, this time working with rapper Pitbull.
Priyanka released her third single I Can’t Make You Love Me in which she romanced Hollywood hunk Milo Ventimiglia.
Priyanka did her first item number in the movie Babli Badmaash Hai from the movie Shootout At Wadala. And sizzled the screen again in “Ram Chahe Leela”
Piggy Chops was appointed as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador for Child Rights in 2010.
However in 2014, Priyanka also received critical praise for her role as boxer MC Mary Kom in the biopic Mary Kom directed by Omung Kumar and produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The film was given the award ‘Best Popular Film’ at the 62nd National Film Awards.
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