Priyanka Chopra called out as 'hyprocrite' by audience member during panel

Priyanka Chopra called out as 'hyprocrite' by audience member during panel

Ayesha Malik, who is Pakistani, was handed the microphone during a Q&A portion of Chopra's panel discussion on global beauty standards.

Yesterday, we brought you the story, where same Pakistani Woman was recorded saying, "You are United Nations Goodwill ambassador for Peace and you are encouraging nuclear war in Pakistan". According to a Hollywood entertainment portal, the woman questioned Priyanka on her role as a United Nations Goodwill ambassador and her tweet which read, "Jai Hind (Long live India) #IndianArmedForces". There's no victor in this. "People like me have supported you in your business".

Priyanka waited for her to finish this and answered very patiently, "I hear you...." Whenever you're done venting. "Got it, done? Okay cool". The actress said that she has many friends from Pakistan although she is from India. "So, it was kinda hard hearing you talk about humanity, because as your neighbor - a Pakistani - I know you're a bit of a hypocrite". 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. We're all here for love. "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", the Quantico actress added. "Don't yell, don't embarrass yourself".

On Sunday, a Twitter account identified as Malik addressed the controversial moment.

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Priyanka Chopra's Marathi productional venture ' Paani' won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film on Friday. I couldn't be more proud of Adinath and his creative team and my team at Purple Pebble Pictures (PPP).

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

She explained: "The more opportunity we create for each other, the more sisterhood will grow".

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