Priyanka Chopra regrets having endorsed fairness creams in the past; says: “ I thought dark skin was not pretty ”

Priyanka Chopra’s memoir Unfinished will be released in February and as the book nears the date, Priyanka Chopra has shared some details from the book. The Dil Dhadakne Do actress has compiled observations, personal essays and stories from her two-decade career in the entertainment business. And one of those topics Priyanka talks about in Unfinished. The Sky Is Pink actress said she regrets endorsing fairness creams in the past. Priyanka explained in her memoir how to approve fair trade creams and products. Also Read – What to Watch This Week: The White Tiger, Madam Chief Minister, Penguin Bloom – 5 Titles To Satisfy Your Craving To Watch Food Hunger

Speaking of the same, the actress from Bajirao Mastani said: “[Skin lightening] was so standardized in Southeast Asia; it’s such a big industry that everyone was doing it. In fact, doing it is still a check [mark] when you’re an actress, but that’s horrible. And it was horrible for me, for a little girl who used to put talcum powder on my face because I thought dark skin was not pretty. ” Also Read – White Tiger Movie Review: Priyanka Chopra-Rajkummar Rao Star Meows Too Often Between Roars

Priyanka Chopra had already addressed the same issue in 2015 when Barkha Dutt asked her about it. “I felt really bad about it, which is why I stopped doing it,” the Barfi actress said. “All of my cousins ​​are gora-chitta (fair). I was the one who got dark because my dad is dark. Just for fun, my Punjabi family used to call me ‘kaali, kaali, kaali’. 13 years old, I wanted to put on fairness creams and wanted my complexion to change, ”Priyanka added. Also Read – Did you know Anil Kapoor was skeptical about playing Priyanka Chopra’s dad in Dil Dhadakne Do?

Speaking of Unfinished, the book is set for release on February 9, 2021. It will see Priyanka Chopra talk about her childhood, the racism she faced as a college student in the United States, winning the Miss India contests and Miss World, her date in Bollywood and Hollywood and the obstacles she encountered in the entertainment world alongside the many triumphs.

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