Nov 172017

Bollywood actress and India’s Hollywood sensation Priyanka Chopra is currently busy shooting for ‘Quantico 3’ in US. The actress, who has wrapped up two more Hollywood films – Silas Howard’s ‘A Kid Like Jake’ and Todd Strauss-Schulson’s ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ – after her debut ‘Baywatch’, was recently in the news for reportedly buying a new house in New York. Now, buzz is that she has reportedly been offered Rs 12 crore to perform a 30-minute act at an awards show in December.

Priyanka Chopra being paid Rs 12 crore to perform at an awards show?
Priyanka Chopra. Pic/Priyanka Chopra’s Instagram account

According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, Priyanka Chopra is being paid Rs 12 crore to perform at an awards ceremony next month. The report further states how two of India’s biggest actresses are rumoured to being paid the same amount for their recent films as PeeCee is being offered for her half-an-hour performance. The report also states that she will be performing to a mix of her international songs and hit Bollywood tracks.

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Meanwhile, Priyanka Chopra has made it to Forbes’ 2017 World’s 100 Most Powerful Women list, which also features the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Taylor Swift and Beyonce, besides politicians like Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton and Theresa May, among others. Priyanka Chopra is the only Indian actor on the coveted record. She is ranked at 97. “I feel honoured to stand alongside these amazing trailblazers. These women show us every day that you can accomplish anything you set your mind to and mostly, that it’s fine to stay true to who you are,” Chopra told mid-day. 

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The actor headed for international shores a couple of years ago when she signed the American thriller series, Quantico. She won the People’s Choice Awards twice and was appointed as UNICEF’s Goodwill Ambassador last year.

Also read: Priyanka Chopra Buys A Swanky New House In New York

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