Priyanka Chopra to present award at Oscars 2016

Published: February 2, 2016
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Is there anything this girl can't do? PHOTO: HUFFPO

Is there anything this girl can't do? PHOTO: HUFFPO

Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra has fit into Hollywood like a hand in a glove, after winning the People’s Choice Award for her American TV show Quantico and prepping for her Hollywood debut, she is now all set to present at one of the most prestigious awards of the year: the Oscars.

On the Academy Awards website, Priyanka Chopra was listed among notable Hollywood personalities; Steve Carell, Jared Leto, Julianne Moore and Olivia Munn, to present at the 88th Oscars telecast.

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“These artists have enriched the international movie going experience with a range of memorable work from the comic to the profound,” the website said. “In the process, they have won over millions of fans, and we count ourselves among them.”

Without a doubt PeeCee has won the hearts of fans in her hometown and abroad. Overjoyed, she tweeted “Looking forward @TheAcademy !! This will be an insaaaane night!”

It didn’t take long for fans to congratulate her on Twitter.

Priyanka Chopra to make Hollywood movie debut with Baywatch?

Her only worry for now seems to be her outfit for the big night.

Priyanka sure knows how to win hearts, having ventured so far into the foreign film industry in less than a year, she is way ahead of the Bollywood herd.

Besides her series Quantico, the Bajirao Mastani actor will be making her Hollywood debut with a movie adaptation of TV show Baywatch alongside Dwayne Johnson.

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Reader Comments (3)

  • Bunny Rabbit
    Feb 2, 2016 - 12:47PM

    Wow shes going places .. all due to her hard work and awareness. Shes lucky to get good guidance in the form of educated parents . Recommend

  • Timorlane
    Feb 2, 2016 - 1:05PM

    Oscars’ decline continuesRecommend

  • someone
    Feb 16, 2016 - 5:09AM

    @Timorlane:
    Yeah. Sadly it might go to the standards of Lollywood.Recommend

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