Priyanka Chopra's next is an action film, much like Aishwarya Rai's Jazbaa
Action takes Priyanka Chopra into superhero world
Mumbai: She is fierce in her choices both personally and professionally.
After clinching a beauty crown, Priyanka Chopra went on to win hearts with her acting prowess and after reigning on the big screen, she explored the world of music. Now, the actress has set her eyes on becoming a superwoman through action scenes in her films.
The actress, who has showcased her strength and power through a bevy of films like "Mary Kom", "Don" and "Drona", says she tries to fulfil her secret desire of being a superwoman through action scenes.
She is gearing up for an action packed Bollywood project of director Pradeep Sarkar. The actress executed a perfect three-point-landing after jumping off a tree during one of her action sequences. That left the whole crew impressed.
"My inherent tomboy persona comes out everytime I do an action sequence and I channelled all my secret desire of being a superhero into this sequence. My director was happy, the crew was happy...so I can safely say, I got it done," Priyanka said in a statement.
Sarkar is known for bringing strong female characters in his cinema with films like "Parineeta" and "Mardaani". Priyanka says teaming up with Sarkar has made her job as an actor easy.
"It's always exciting to work with creative personalities like Dada (Sarkar), who have a vision and such clarity that it makes my job easier. It was super fun doing this with him," she said.
All the information about the project is shrouded in secrecy. Without divulging much about the project, Priyanka said: "Patience... all will be revealed soon enough."
Meanwhile, the actress will be seen in Zoya Akhtar's multi-starrer "Dil Dhadakne Do", which also stars Farhan Akhtar, Anushka Sharma, Anil Kapoor, Ranveer Singh and Shefali Shah. It will release on Friday.
The film happens to be on the line of revenge and action. The first look of the actress from the film is already out and the anticipation is steeping higher around.
With inputs from IANS