Priyanka Chopra accused of 'encouraging nuclear war' during panel talk

Lawrence Kim
August 14, 2019

Ayesha was referring to a tweet from Priyanka Chopra dated February 26 where she congratulated the Indian Air Force after Indian fighter jets attacked the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM)'s terrorist camp at Balakot in Pakistan.

Priyanka Chopra has angered people with how she dealt with a heckler that accused her encouraging nuclear war. The security took away her microphone when she seemed to have lost control over herself and apparently that irked Ayesha further, and more updates form the world of entertainment.

Pakistani actor Armeena Rana Khan and her fiance Fesl have written an open letter to the UNICEF, urging the global organisation to act against its Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra. But during a Q&A session, things took a turn for the worse when an audience member blasted the star over an old tweet she posted. "Okay, cool", she said. The audience broke into applause after the answer even though she did not explicitly deny that she had encouraged the possibility of a war.

She continued her condemnation of Priyanka's questionable response. She also asked Malik to "not yell", and "We're all here for love".

The actor recently spoke to People at Beautycon Festival Los Angeles 2019 and revealed how her husband is full of admiration for her whether she decides to go for a more natural or a more glamorous look.

She said, "If speaking on a humanitarian crisis is "venting" she apologizes.

Well now, Ayesha has shared a couple of videos from the event where she can be seen aggressively questioning Priyanka.

All eyes were on a Pakistani woman at a BeautyCon appearence, where Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra was given an earful about an earlier Jai Hind tweet during a height of nuclear tensions between Pakistan and India.

File image of Priyanka Chopra. Did you guys get along?

For her tweet in February, Priyanka had also drawn social media ire for lauding military efforts despite being a UN Goodwill Ambassador. Don't yell. Don't embarrass yourself. "Because we kinda do it really well", she said. Pakistan decried the move as illegal and announced to downgrade diplomatic ties with India and suspended bilateral trade. Girl, don't yell, we are all here for love. "Thank you for your enthusiasm, your question and your voice", she added.

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