Priyanka Chopra Jonas Graces Cover of Vanity Fair's February Issue
Introducing The Vanity Fair's February Issue Cover Star, Priyanka Chopra Jonas
Priyanka, who’s 39, has already lived many lives. She was born in India—her parents were military physicians—then moved to the U.S. as a teenager to live with her aunt. Routinely bullied for being Indian, Priyanka returned to India after three years to finish her high school education at the Army Public School in Bareilly. In 1999, her mother and brother entered her in her first pageant, and she went on to win Miss India World and ultimately Miss World 2000. Within 10 years of launching her Bollywood career, she became one of the most successful actors working in India’s massive movie industry, the world’s largest producer of films, with billions of tickets sold a year
After becoming one of the biggest movie stars in India, Priyanka left home at the peak of her Bollywood career and created, step-by-step, a career in America that’s reaching new heights. Last year, she published her memoir, Unfinished (now a New York Times best seller); launched her hair-care line, Anomaly; raised millions of dollars to aid India during the pandemic; opened an Indian restaurant in New York; and starred in the Matrix sequel.
“I want to do movies that are not always bright and shiny. I want to be able to unravel as an artist onscreen, I want to work under the tutelage of really brilliant minds. And I want to be pushed. I’m ready to be pushed.”
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