Bollywood legend Priyanka Chopra has spoken out about how a botched nose surgery had a negative impact on her mental health. In recent months, Priyanka Chopra has made startling discoveries regarding both her personal and professional lives.
Priyanka Chopra, 40, recently discussed the “dark phase” of her life on The Howard Stern Show on Sirius XM. When Priyanka had a polyp in her nasal cavity removed, she revealed that her life was turned upside down.
The Citadel actress said, “This thing happens, and my face looks completely different, and I went into a deep, deep depression,” adding that she felt her acting career “was over before it started.” Priyanka went on to say that her father had pushed her to get corrective surgery. I was afraid, but he assured me that he would be there in the room with me.
The Quantico actress continued by thanking her father, saying that he “held my hands through it and helped me build back my confidence.” Anil Sharma, a Bollywood filmmaker best known for directing Gadar, was also honored by Priyanka Chopra for providing her an acting part after she lost three separate movie projects as a result of surgery.
“I was cast as a supporting part even though I was intended to play the lead. That movie maker was very gracious. He told me to give it my best even if it would be a minor role when the tide was against me. Priyanka Chopra, wife of American music singer Nick Jonas, remarked, “And I did.
In a previous interview, Priyanka Chopra also said she felt “pushed into a corner” in Bollywood and that no one was casting her. She said that she wanted to take a sabbatical from Bollywood because she had become weary of politics. She later relocated to Hollywood and debuted in the music business in 2012 with the track “In My City.”