Actor Priyanka Chopra Jonas made a proud submit whereas sharing the quilt of a world Vogue journal that featured the US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. The actor wrote an appreciatory be aware for Harris encouraging the man girl of color for her achievement and the long run plans. Also Read – ‘No Fixed Penalty Notices Were Issued’: Priyanka Chopra Issues Statement Denying Any Breach of COVID-19 Rules in The UK
Priyanka was the primary Indian girl to characteristic on the quilt of Vogue America and the legacy continues with Kamala Harris. In her submit made on Sunday night, the actor talked about how this is the primary time that the US will see a lady chief whereas India has witnessed many highly effective feminine leaders up to now already. Part of her submit learn, “And could there be anything more special, as the VP Elect put it, than the fact that little girls will only know a world where a woman is the Vice President of the US. Coming from India, a country (like many others around the world) that has had several female leaders, it’s hard to believe that this is the US’ first! But it surely won’t be the last!” (sic) Also Read – From Priyanka Chopra Jonas to Amitabh Bachchan And Kareena Kapoor, How Bollywood Celebs Rang in New Year 2021
Kamala Harris and Joe Biden might be taking on their elected positions later this month. Their victory is being seen because the surety of absolute democracy, equality, development, and positivity on the world degree.
Meanwhile, Priyanka just lately wrapped up the capturing of her upcoming romantic film titled Text For You that additionally options Celine Dion and Sam Heughan. Directed by Jim Strouse, it’s an English remake of the German film titled SMS Fur Dich which was initially based mostly on Sofie Cramer’s novel.
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