Unfinished: A Memoir – Autobiography of Priyanka Chopra Jonas – Free on Audible Trial Membership.
‘I am a product of traditional India and its ancient wisdom, and modern India and its urban bustle. My upbringing was always an amalgamation of the two Indias, and, just as much, of East and West.’
Unfinished takes readers from Priyanka’s childhood in India, where she was raised by her grandparents and her parents-two army doctors committed not only to their children but to their careers and to philanthropy-before being sent away to boarding school at an early age; through her formative teenage years in the US living with extended family in the Midwest (Cedar Rapids and Indianapolis), Queens, and suburban Boston, where she endured bouts of racism; to her return to India, where she unexpectedly won the national and global beauty pageants (Miss India and Miss World) that launched her acting career. Readers looking for a glimpse into what it takes to succeed in the massive Indian film industry will find it here, and they’ll also find an honest account of the challenges Priyanka faced navigating her career, both in India and Hollywood. The result is a book that is warm, funny, sassy, inspiring, bold, and rebellious. Just like Priyanka herself.
From her dual-continent twenty-year-long career as an actor and producer to her work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, from losing her beloved father to cancer to marrying Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra Jonas’s story will inspire a generation around the world to gather their courage, embrace their ambition, and commit to the hard work of following their dreams.
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It was a quick and easy read. I did finish it in 2 days-after some books which required to think a lot it was a nice change and a good time-pass. I was interested in the bio, knowing PC’s story more or less, by just reading some additional information.
It started of amazing, the childhood part, the teenage part and the pageant stories were bang on , the part of describing her father’s struggle were painful to read. The part of describing wedding in length and how she met her husband felt like fillers because all most all of the stories written were published in magazines and in interviews. She could’ve done better in writing about her Bollywood part I felt she played too safe I remember those cruel articles and magazines written in 2010’s about her which seemed a whole lobby of Bollywood was behind and love affairs with married men and friction with their wives and many co stars (she could’ve written it without naming names). I respect her but wish she would be little more honest, people who were expecting closure on those stories surely be disappointed, the surgeon cut her tip while removing polyps didn’t felt honest to me either I’ve been through it and it doesn’t involve dissecting cartilage wat seemed to in her case is called pollybeak deformity caused by lack of support to the nose tip during rhinoplasty procedure for cosmetic or medical purpose. But that’s her story and her autonomy to share how much she felt like she was comfortable with. Gsd
About the Author
Priyanka Chopra Jonas is a multifaceted talent who is one of the most recognized personalities in the world. A National Film Award winner with more than sixty international and Hollywood films to her credit, Chopra Jonas made her American TV acting debut on the ABC-TV hit drama Quantico, where she made history as the first Indian-born actor to star as the lead of a TV drama series. She was featured on the cover of Time magazine’s coveted Time 100 issue, named as one of the “Most Influential People” in the world, and recognized as one of Forbes‘s Most Powerful Women. Chopra Jonas is a global UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, and received the prestigious Danny Kaye Humanitarian award. She is also involved in a number of efforts to protect children’s rights and to promote the education of girls around the world, including her namesake charity, The Priyanka Chopra Foundation for Health and Education.
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