This is how Priyanka sounds as Marvel's Pakistani superhero

People are trolling the Bollywood actor for her 'fake accent'


Entertainment Desk February 24, 2016
People are trolling the Bollywood actor for her "fake accent"

Priyanka Chopra just can’t stay out of the news. The Bollywood actor on Wednesday shared the first preview of Marvel's Pakistani-Muslim superhero Kamala Khan (Ms Marvel) to which she has lent her voice.

The Quantico star, who will be the voice of Kamala Khan (Ms Marvel) in Marvel's online game MARVEL Avengers Academy, retweeted the clip of her recent wonder.

"We bring you the 1st preview of @priyankachopra as Ms Marvel #AvengersAcademy available on iTunes."

https://twitter.com/PriyankaDaily/status/701940188050808833

Priyanka Chopra lends voice to Marvel's Pakistani superhero Kamala Khan

Earlier on February 5, PeeCee took to Twitter to announce she will be lending her voice to Marvel's Pakistani superhero. “Say hello to Ms. Marvel-I’m her voice and she’s my alter ego in MARVEL Avengers Academy!” she said.



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Here's how the internet reacted to Priyanka's voice-over:







https://twitter.com/truptikadam0000/status/702338152061652992

https://twitter.com/Nitu_23/status/701943467912646657

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Meanwhile, some continue to troll her "fake American accent":

https://twitter.com/JBBhaskar/status/702055173602963456

https://twitter.com/JBBhaskar/status/702084508015677440

More power to you PeeCee.

COMMENTS (2)

Brainy Bhaijan | 5 years ago | Reply The brainwashed part of me wants to dislike this article for an indian acting as a pakistani but the logical part of me wants to appreciate the whole thing as it is going to help reduce needless hate towards the indians.
Hameed | 5 years ago | Reply She sounds an older person, sound does not match the age of the character.
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