Priyanka Chopra Not Shifting To LA, Unveils Poster For First Marathi Movie

Priyanka Chopra is making headlines and big waves in the social media with news that the former beauty queen and Bollywood actress is shifting to Hollywood.  But she did not only denied this on her social media accounts, she also released a poster of her Marathi movie.

On her Tweeter and Instagram account, Priyanka Chopra released the poster for her first Marathi (an Indian dialect) movie titled "Ventilator" produced by her and her production house. She will also be having a cameo appearance.

The movie's poster reads "Fun. Family. Entertainment."

According to Huffington Post India, Chopra, who has now ventured into making films, said she wanted to provide a stage for new rising talents with her new production house named Purple Pebble Pictures. The actress also released two new songs for the said film.

Priyanka Chopra first gained popularity in the West with his critically acclaimed lead performance in ABC's thriller series "Quantico." The said TV series has announced a Season 2 and possible more sequels if it does well. She is also having her Hollywood film debut with "Baywatch" co-starring Dwayne Johnson, which triggered the news that she will be staying in LA and not return to India for five years, Times of India reported.

On the other hand, Chopra denied the news on her twitter account. "I really wake up to such amusing news sometimes. I am filming 'Quantico' in nyc my home is mumbai. No LA in the pic!" she said.

Ventilator will be directed by Rajesh Mapuskar and will star veteran Marathi actors.

"Soon, I am going to do another three films in different languages. My focus is on small-budget movies. It's a great time for filmmaking and there's interesting stuff coming my way." Chopra said, TOI cited.

"People pursue happiness, success, money or fame, for me, it's the pursuit of excellence. I want to be excellent at my role in my Marathi film too, even if it is a guest appearance. If you're consistent, you will never be denied success, no matter the age or stage," she added.

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