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Ask me anything, but Chopra skips answers

Sunday, July 6, 2014
Bolly Talks
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Bollywood actress/singer Priyanka Chopra took time out for an “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) with her fans on the social networking site, Reddit last Wednesday. 


Sadly, the quick-chat session seems to have backfired on her, with fans being anything but fans. They asked about a road being named after her late father and what significant contribution he made to have received that honour, her use of auto-tune, her fake accent, fairness cream, and more. 


Chopra chose not to answer many questions, but that did not stop the sarcasm and rude comments. She closed the AMA by saying, “This has been interesting. Thank you guys for your time. I’m sorry I could not get to everyone’s questions but I hope you enjoyed this as well.”


Alia Bhatt’s feelings are quite the opposite of Chopra’s fans. She sees the Gunday actress as an inspiration and feels confident that she too can do an international album one day. Chopra began singing two years ago and has released three international singles, and has an upcoming album.


“I think the one person who has done our country and the industry proud is Chopra...She is an inspiration for me to make me believe that I can also do something in that space,” Bhatt said.


Bhatt, 21, also added singing to her skill set, and has already done two songs: Sooha Saha for Highway and now Main Tainu Samjhawan Ki for Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania. 


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