Priyanka Chopra gave a Sassiest Response to a Sexist question, catch full details

Priyanka Chopra is one of the richest and most successful actresses in the country. She is famous not just in India but across the world. Priyanka stole the spotlight when she became Miss World in 2000.

She was crowned the Miss World not only because of her beauty but because of her hard work, grit, dedication and capability. Priyanka Chopra ranked 72 of the 100 most beautiful faces in the year 2012. Other than doing her profession, she is more into reading, writing poetry, and dancing to Indian music.

Although she kick-started her career as an actress in 2000, she once dreamt to become a software engineer or a criminal psychologist at the end of Grade 10. Her debut in Indian film was in 2003, in the film “The Hero”. Priyanka Chopra is also called a philanthropist and is widely recognized for her work in the environment, women’s rights, or education.

Priyanka Chopra is famous in the USA because she appeared in the American Television Series – Quantico, a thriller drama that caught the attention of the viewers. Also, she is also known for her knack for singing songs as well. The popular ones are In My City ft, Exotic ft, Pitbul -I can’t make you love me.

Priyanka Chopra got engaged to her boyfriend American Singer Nick Jonas, on her 36th birthday, July 18 2019. The couple then married on December 1. PeeCee is 10 years elder than Nick. Nick is an American singer, songwriter, actor, and record producer.

Priyanka Chopra gave a Sassiest Response to a Sexist question

During a press conference following the third season of Quantico was completed, Priyanka Chopra was asked a rather strange question by a journalist.

She was asked, “Why is that a feminist never take up a stand for a man who is physically abused? If a man slaps a woman, it is a crime. But when a man eve-teases a woman and she slaps him, no one says a word on the abuse of a man. Where is your equality?”

To which PeeCee responded, “Physiologically men and women are different. There is no debate about it. When we talk about equality and opportunity, we talk about cerebral opportunity. We are not saying we want to able to be like a 200-pound man and beat the shit out of somebody else. We are not saying that.”