When meeting UP girls fighting poverty to gain an education, Priyanka Chopra becomes moved and exclaims, “They are really amazing.”
Priyanka Chopra, a UNICEF ambassador, visited several disadvantaged girls who were fighting for their right to an education while she was in Uttar Pradesh. She uploaded a video of the exchange to social media.
Priyanka Chopra has returned to India after an absence of over three years. She travelled on business and also launched a brand of hair care products in Mumbai. The actor’s job as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador has been the focus of the second portion of the journey. She saw children suffering poverty and illiteracy in rural Uttar Pradesh. She released a video of one of these interactions on Wednesday, in which she can be seen getting quite upset while listening to the children’s testimonies.
Beginning with a montage of Priyanka comforting one of the girls throughout their conversations, the film then showed her taking photos of the children. In the film, young girls tell the actor how they were denied an education as children and how, in some cases, they had to battle not only society but also their own families in order to attend school. After hearing one account of a young woman who was under pressure to be married, Priyanka became clearly upset.
Priyanka included a lengthy message on her experience in the video’s captions. She wrote, “As you all know, I’m a passionate believer in the power of education, but what I’ve seen here takes it to the next level. One of the groups of youngsters I met didn’t receive the chance to start their education when one is supposed to, just because they were girls. The UNICEF-supported programme Adolescent Development and Empowerment (ADE), which targets 10,000 such girls in the state, has paid off for them, as they are already learning to read and write at the ages of 12 and 14. These two girls work as domestic helpers before and after school to help support their families financially, but their passion forLearning is amazing.
Priyanka continued, “These adolescents, especially the girls, are incredibly remarkable. Their strength and tenacity have inspired me. Even though the circumstances they have faced in their short lives are so difficult to comprehend, they have persevered in their fight to break free of the cycle of abuse and poverty they are currently experiencing. I also witnessed the strength of a sisterhood, specifically the Shakti Group, where female groups come together to form the solid support structure they require to develop and flourish.
Fans can expect to see Priyanka in a number of future films, including Farhan Akhtar’s Jee Le Zaraa, which also stars Katrina Kaif and Alia Bhatt. She also has the produced by Citadel television seriesAnthony and Joe Russo are a director-team. Additionally, Priyanka will appear in the Hollywood production Love Again.