Priyanka Chopra has been making headlines at the Toronto International Film Festival for quite some time now. Be it for her red carpet entrance the first day or she is outspoken about the experiences of women n the limelight.
Yesterday she was spotted wearing a pink Fendi outfit with a cropped blazer and a thigh high slit skirt with plates. She completed the look with a diamond necklace from Nirav Modi, embellished black boots and a sleek and neat pony with a side partition.
All dressed in that hot-pink number, we say she’s definitely edging towards Pink Is The New Black challenge.
She attended the premiere of the Skimeese movie – Pahuna, which she and her mum Madhu Chopra produced with the director Paakhi A Tyrewala.
After receiving a resonating applause for their movie when it premiered, she took to Instagram to say, “I’m very proud of my first-time “female” director Paakhi for having the courage to not give up when people didn’t believe this film could be made. Bravo for wanting to tell a beautiful story that may not be what people consider mainstream but today had a world premiere on an international platform at TIFF, with an applause that resonated for a very long time.”
Never be ok with hearing the word no…because there will always be someone who will say "yes." I'm very proud of my first time "female" director @paakhi for having the courage to not give up, when people didn't believe this film could be made. Bravo for wanting to tell a beautiful story that may not be what people consider mainstream… but today had a world premiere on an international platform at @tiff_net, with an applause that resonated for a very long time. Tonight an audience watched this film for the first time outside of our offices at @purplepebblepictures, and told us how proud they were that a story like this was told. Thank u @madhuchopra for your keen eye. Thank you @cameronpbailey for the opportunity to share this small film and a big message with a world audience…one about children's rights, the refugee crisis, religious conversion and the affect of adult decisions on kids from the perspective of our protagonists, who are 2 young kids from a small village in Sikkim. My heart swells at the thought of people standing up and applauding our effort. This is the reason I wanted to be a filmmaker. Major feels. 🌈❤️❤️🙏🏼🙌🏼😍
Well, Peecee we too can’t wait to see Pahuna!