Priyanka Chopra's 14 Rules for Success and a Happy Life that Will Inspire You

Priyanka Chopra's 14 Rules for Success and a Happy Life that Will Inspire You

Priyanka Chopra is known for her confidence and vivaciousness which has brought her incredible success throughout her life and career. Check out Priyanka's top 15 tips that will inspire you to live your life differently
Priyanka Chopra's 14 Rules for Success and a Happy Life that Will Inspire You
Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra Jonas is the babe and ultimate desi girl of Bollywood even though she has made the (almost) move to the United States of America with talented hubby, Nick Jonas. She is unstoppable as she is an actress, singer, film producer, philanthropist, and the winner of the Miss World 2000 pageant. She is easily one of India’s highest-paid and most popular celebrities. For all of her hard work and dedication, Priyanka Chopra Jonas has received an abundant amount of awards, including a National Film Award and five Filmfare Awards. In 2016, the Government of India honored her with the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award and Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world. Forbes listed her among the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women in 2017. Here is a list of her most popular quotes to inspire the desi girl (or boy) in you:

1. "I believe destiny and hard work go hand in hand. I was studying to be an engineer when my mom and my brother sent my pictures for the Miss India contest. I didn’t even know about it. If that isn’t destiny, what is?"

2. "Financial independence gives you the ability to protect yourself when life happens, to stand on your own feet and say alright I can do something about it without being helpless."

3. "No condition must be placed on any human being that stops them from being who they want to be. This applies to girls in India, too. It’s a small percentage of women, who are privileged to not have conditions placed on them. I’m grateful that I am in that lot."

4. "I felt so out of place at the Miss India pageant. I had just come back from America, and I was told I needed to lose my American accent and learn the Queen's English, so I had to enunciate my vowels and speak well and eloquently. Giving up a New York accent is pretty hard."

5. "When I'm not shooting, I don't wear much makeup. I just moisturize and maybe put on a berry-colored balm on my lips and cheeks, and then mascara - that's it. My face and hair gets abused every single day, so I try take it easy on off days."

6. "I got into the movies by accident. When I got an offer, I thought, 'Let's try this, too.' Everything in my life has happened by trial and error. I didn't even think I would win the Miss India title, so where's the question of thinking I'd come this far."

7. "When I won Miss World, I wasn't even 18, and I only remember, like, I thought of it as a day in the races or something. It didn't feel like it was Miss World of the Millennium Year, the change of the century. I didn't understand the magnitude of it for at least a couple of years.

8. "In features, we're languid: we shoot one or two scenes over, like, three days. In TV, the pace is so different. You're shooting ten scenes a day, going way into the future or way back into the past. It's complete madness, and I'm just trying to keep up with this really electric pace."

9. "I’m not even Indian-American: I'm Indian-Indian. Everybody expected me to have henna and a nose pin and talk in an accent like Apu from 'The Simpsons.' I was nervous because I wasn't sure if America was ready for a lead that looked like me."

10. "I've always had a glam squad to do my makeup because of Miss India and Miss World, so I never really learned much about doing it myself, unfortunately. I do try to pick up what I can, though! The most incredible product that has ever been discovered in makeup, according to me, is mascara."

11. "When I grew up, I never saw anyone looking like me on TV, you know? I'm so glad to see a lot more of us on television, whether it's Mindy Kaling or it's Irrfan Khan or Freida Pinto. You know, I hope, like, little girls across the world can just look at me and say, 'Ah, I want to be that!' Indian or not, it shouldn't matter."

12. "It's almost negligible sleep and insane amounts of plane rides, but I'm doing it. Your body is screaming out to you to not abuse it so much, but I love what I do in my Hindi films as well as with 'Quantico,' and I want to be able to balance both."

13. "I always get stopped by security and immigration, telling me, 'Tell me who the terrorist is, or we won't stamp your passport!' The last time that somebody did that to me - at LAX, actually - I was like, 'Hey, don't ever ask a brown girl that in an American airport!'"

14. "I'm really strict with my skincare regimen. No matter what's happening in my life, I wash my face every single night and I moisturize - even if it's 4 A.M."

So there you have it! There are just a few of the many great pieces of advice that Priyanka has given over the years during her illustrious career. Above all else, PeeCee stresses that confidence and a high sense of self-esteem are key to living your best life. If you're ever feeling demotivated or down on your luck in the future, maybe it will help to remember some of Priyanka's wise words for a pick-me-up!

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