In her memoir — titled ‘Unfinished’, the famous Indian actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas mentioned that she had hoped that things would have improved between Pakistan and India.
While responding to a question on his Instagram where he posted a teaser of a podcast featuring Priyanka Chopra, BBC journalist Haroon Rashid said: “She talks in her book about her hopes for harmony between India and Pakistan giving a lovely anecdote of how a Pakistani British Airways agent gave her parents a seat on a flight when they really needed it.”
Earlier a man named ‘Khalid Akram’ asked Rashid: “Did you question about her behaviour as a UN ambassador when India conducted a ‘raid’ on Balakot in Pakistan.”
“She said she hoped the countries could share such warm exchanges always. And you’ll have to find out if I ask her more on her increasing public silence when the full interview releases,” Rashid added while responding the question.
However, the Indian actress once had sparked a pubic outrage in 2019 when her arrogant response to a Pakistani woman Ayesha Malik , who accused the actress of “encouraging nuclear war” , went viral on social media.
Priyanka’s memoir Unfinished, which released on February 9, has become a bestseller, trending in both India and the United States.