Quantico star Priyanka Chopra is helping the next generation of women in Hollywood. And, with her success speaking for itself, she aims to do so by creating more content for women. Despite facing hardships herself, like being considered “too ethnic” for a movie role, she continues to rise above and set an inspiring example for her fellow actresses.
Chopra says she’s “digging her feet in” to establish more gender equality in Tinseltown.
Last week, the actress was promoting her latest project Pahuna: The Little Visitors at the Toronto International Film Festival. She gave TIFF props, saying they’re “doing their bit to help females in entertainment.”
Chopra reminded us that it’s ok to ask for help sometimes.
In addition to women just being good on their own, Chopra feels that it’s important that there are roles written *for* women.
Gender equality also came up while discussing her good friend Megan Markle’s recent Vanity Fair cover.
It’s important to have strong women like Priyanka to look up to. With a never-settle attitude, women like her are going to take Hollywood by storm!