Bollywood-Hollywood actress Priyanka Chopra’s recent book ‘Unfinished’ has been launched. She has written things on the journey from winning the title of Miss World (2000) to becoming a global icon. Also, he has told about things that remained close to his heart and no one is aware of. In this book, Priyanka Chopra has also written about going into her depression. She came into depression after the death of her father Ashok Chopra.
Dr. Ashok Chopra, who was a Physician in the Indian Army, died on 10 June 2013. He died at the age of 62 due to cancer. Priyanka was to start shooting for the film ‘Mary Kom’. He used the work as therapy, so that he could come out of his father’s demise. Priyanka writes that five days after the death of Dad, the shooting of my film was to start from the fourth day of father. However, the film’s director Sanjay Leela Bhansali asked me to re-schedule the shoot, but I refused. The respect and discipline that I have received from my father for duty, was not allowing me to delay the shooting. Father, 27 years in the military.
Priyanka further says that work has always been like a therapy for me. I give 100 percent of my mind to the character that I am working on. It is a kick for me that inspires me to do things easily.
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Priyanka says that I thought that I will leave all the grief behind me when I leave for Canada, but I went into depression. I felt that I had come out of my misery, but no, I was still carrying it with me. I could not understand how to move from a gray world to a colorful world. Then I found an easy thing one day, that was that I should stop hiding and move on with life.