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Priyanka Chopra’s Patriotic Response To Pak Woman’s Allegations Is Winning Hearts

Priyanka Chopra’s Patriotic Response To Pak Woman’s Allegations Is Winning Hearts”

Actor Priyanka Chopra proved she is the flawless picture of grace as a Pakistani girl yelled at her and claimed she was a hypocrite for her tweet where she hailed the Indian Army, back in March. Before that though, Priyanka said she has many friends from Pakistan, and that war's something she's not really fond of - but she is patriotic.

The woman referred to a February 26 tweet in which Chopra wrote, "Jai Hind", which means "Victory to India", and the hashtag #IndianArmedForces.

"Jai Hind" is a slogan that translates to "Hail India", often used in political speeches by Indian leaders.

Chopra, a United Nations Goodwill ambassador, was forced to address the accusation after it was made by an irate audience member during a Q&A at Beautycon in Los Angeles, California. "There's no victor in this", Malik said.

She said: "People always ask me, 'You're doing a movie with a female actor".

The woman, identifying herself as Ayesha Malik, also tweeted after the video of their exchange started making rounds on social media.

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Priyanka Chopra once again proved why she is a star of an worldwide stature when she coolly replied to an allegation from a Pakistani girl. "We all are gonna feel like s$#t sometimes", the actress began her speech, which was captured by several Instagram users.

Yikes, someone tell her that there are no ifs and buts when it comes to war.

Malik accused Chopra of gaslighting her, tweeting, "She gaslit me and turned the narrative around on me being the "bad guy" - as a United Nations ambassador this was so irresponsible".

She also called over women to support other women. Earlier she was making headlines for her birthday trip to Miami where she was seen with hubby Nick Jonas and mother, Madhu Chopra smoking a cigarette and Netizens went insane trolling her for the same. "War is not something I'm really fond of but I am patriotic, so I'm sorry if I hurt sentiments to people who do love me and have loved me". We're all here for love.

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