Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Priyanka Chopra urges Academy to include foreign language films beyond one category

Priyanka Chopra urges Academy to include foreign language films beyond one category

The 34-year-old Baywatch actress posted a short video of herself shaking her hips with one arm over her head and the other on her waist, which has been viewed over 337k times in 14 hours. Priyanka was perhaps crossing the screen when she heard Galti Se Mistake playing and she instantly broke into a dance.

Mumbai: Actress Priyanka Chopra has said that the Academy of Motion Picture of Arts & Sciences should broaden its category when it comes to giving recognition to foreign language films at the Oscars. We will be travelling to Pune to celebrate my birthday.

After shooting for her third Hollywood film, "Isn't it Romantic" in the U.S., the actress is in Mumbai now to celebrate her 35th birthday on July 18. "Last time I sang in "Ventilator", but as of now, there are no plans to produce music", added the actress, who was here to attend the press conference of her upcoming Marathi production "Kay Re Rascala" on Friday.

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"I feel really grateful to be a part of the Academy Award committee". Even for Indian films where our talent has won awards, it has been for those not made by India, because of the lack of opportunities. "I wish to change that", said Priyanka. "So yes, I deserve this holiday". "I have strived to be where I am, and this is the result of all that hard work", Priyanka asserts. When asked to elaborate, Priyanka says, "Things are moving and as soon as I finalise something, I will definitely share it with you". I want to tell stories, digitally.

She is also considering some Hindi as well as English films.

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