Desi girl Priyanka Chopra honoured at Marrakech Film Festival

Brenda Watkins
December 7, 2019

Seems like global icon Priyanka Chopra is on a binge to pick up awards and titles.

Apart from Priyanka, American manager Robert Redford, Veteran French filmmaker Bertrand Tavernier, and Moroccan cinema celebrity Moana Fateau had been additionally recognized due to their efforts to cinema during the honor ceremony. Priyanka Chopra wrote on Instagram, "To think that my career started almost 20 years ago is surreal. #Gratitude. Thank you @melitatoscan @festivaldufilmdemarrakech ❤️". A day after receiving the Danny Kaye Humanitarian Award from UNICEF, the actress was honoured at the 18th Marrakech International Film Festival for her contribution to cinema.

One award at a time, one feat at a time - this is what Priyanka Chopra's motto must be from what we can say by looking at her professional trajectory. In the photo, PeeCee thanked her mother as she wrote, "Mom this is what you have inculcated in me from the beginning".

Priyanka Chopra, who is the goodwill ambassador of UNICEF, said that it is a privilege of her life to serve the organization and being a part of the team. A tribute was given to her at the Jemaa El Fna Square.

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Her hubby Nick Jonas too congratulated her on her win and penned a sweet post, "So proud of who you are and the good you've brought into the world as a goodwill ambassador with @unicef @unicefindia for over 15 years now. I hope I made you proud".

In an Instagram post, Priyanka expressed her excitement about these films. "Congratulations my love", he wrote.

On the work front, Priyanka who was last seen in The Sky Is Pink, will next be seen in The White Tiger opposite Rajkummar Rao and has also begun shooting for the same.

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