There's no guarantee that being a former Miss World and going from being a Bollywood sensation to becoming a global icon would get you rid of the Internet trolls.
You may be someone as important as an ambassador to UNICEF, receiving prestigious awards and chilling with the most sought-after squad there is, but there's no way you can ignore cyber trolls at this point.
Having their every move judged and broken down in the public eye, celebs do go through a lot of trouble staying away from controversies. And no matter how much they try, there are always those supposed fans and 'followers' that'll end up giving their unwanted opinion and stir a debate that usually ends up dividing the virtual world.
Lover her or not, Priyanka Chopra really is the woman of the hour and the cons of being someone so famous are listed below:
Spoiler alert: there's a hell lotta unnecessary trolling involved!
It happened like this–on the 15th of August the actress posted this Boomerang video of herself on Instagram wearing a tricolour scarf,her tribute to the Indian Independence Day. And got trolled for no good reason.
She was also questioned as to why she wasn't wearing a sari or an traditional Indian attire on Independence day.
People got downright nasty with her, writing comments to the extent of asking her never to come back to India again.
Check out some of the comments.
A little extreme don't you think?
Priyanka Chopra was in Jordan, few weeks ago for the UNICEF initiative to educate the refugee #ChildrenOfSyria. Since the beginning of her trip, she kept updating social media with pictures and videos of her interaction with the kids.
She wrote," Let's take this trip together... let's open our eyes and our hearts to the #ChildrenUprooted in the Syrian Refugee crisis. This will be our #MissionForChildren. Let's show them that the world cares and help them find a way forward.. come along with me.. I'll update as much as I can and in as much detail as I can... @Unicef #PCInJordan