Priyanka Chopra is definitely one of the few actresses who are basically the talent bombs of Bollywood. She came from nowhere and now is everywhere.
From India’s Bollywood to America’s Hollywood, Priyanka Chopra has let the whole world know that there’s absolutely nothing that she can’t do. She can do anything and break it down for everyone else.
After winning the Miss India and Miss World Title, Priyanka Chopra went ahead to mark her name in Bollywood and over the course of her long journey in Hindi Film Industry, she gave some of the most flawless performances that others can basically kill other for. Apart from a glorious Bollywood present, as one of the leading ladies in the country, Priyanka Chopra also tried her hand on singing, which she says is her first true love. She has also been producing quite a few regional films that garnering applauses from all over the country.
With so much to Priyanka Chopra’s name, we wanted to cumulate her 9 characters that have stuck with her audience. We all know how some actors, basically can transform themselves into the character they are playing, and these characters get stuck to us, for a major part of our lives. Even Priyanka Chopra has given some of these movies and we decided to count them down for all of you.
Aitraaz was one of the very early films of Priyanka Chopra’s career and to say the least, she made her character believable. So much so, that many thought her to be as cocky in real life as in this film. She started her career with a negative role, which was and is still considered to be a no-go zone for many actresses in the industry.
Fashion came some 4 years after Aitraaz and it definitely was another important milestone in PC’s career. She excelled the role of the small-town-turned-supermodel girl in Mumbai, which went on to get her a National Award for the Best Actresses.
3. What’s Your Raashee?
What’s Your Raashee failed miserably at the box office and among the audience too, however, one fact just can’t be snatched from the film, and that was Priyanka’s efforts. She did, not just one or two or three roles, but went on to play 12 characters, all of which comes from different walks of life.
4. Don 2
Priyanka Chopra revamped the good old Mona for all of us. She gave a performance that was sexy, seducing and not tacky at all. One can basically find a strong woman under the garb of all sexiness and seduction which was like a breath of fresh air for the audience.
5. Dil Dhadakne Do
The not-so-recent, yet recent addition to this list is Dil Dhadakne Do where Priyanka played the role of Ayesha was a strong and independent woman, who still had to live confined under the constraints of her society and family. She was everything that the new-age woman should be, however, still nothing more than a working woman in their family, something like this relates to a lot of people and Priyanka did an amazing job in playing Ayesha, this brilliantly.
While Shahid Kapoor was the main lead in the film and did a brilliant work in it, Priyanka’s performance too gathered a lot of praise for her. The way, Priyanka handled the character of Sweety made everyone believe that it’s the performance that matters, not the screen time.
Priyanka Chopra played one of the most challenging roles of her career in Barfi! And we don’t need words to explain how brilliantly she did every second of it. This is considered to be the best performance of Priyanka’s career, till date, and one has to agree with it, no matter what.
8. Mary Kom
Priyanka played Mary Kom in her biography and everyone knows how difficult it’s to play an athlete for a film and that too, one, who has is one of the best boxers in the world. She worked very hard for this role and worked out like a real-life athlete.
9. 7 Khoon Maaf
7 Khoon Maaf is another box office flop from Priyanka’s career which garnered a lot of praises for her acting. She carried the entire film on her shoulders and transitioned between different scenes as effortlessly as possible.
Tell us which one was your favourite character played by Priyanka? Plus, any of your favourites that we missed out on?