Priyanka Chopra is back to making headlines!
The Quantico star is on cloud nine, celebrating the success of her first Hollywood movie Baywatch and is currently in Germany for its premiere.
Coincidently, the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also in the same city at the same time and of course, they had to meet. An excited Priyanka took to Twitter to speak about their meeting with her followers.
Unfortunately, things didn't go as she had planned. The meeting might have gone well but some hardcore Modi supporters went overboard and began shaming the Bollywood star for her choice of wardrobe for the meeting.
Twitterati went on to try and teach the global icon how to dress when she meeting the PM.
Not appropriate dress at all while meeting PM.— Dr Pavan kumar🇮🇳 (@drpavan7) May 30, 2017
Indians who are living the American Dream. pic.twitter.com/i4JWBeexaT— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) May 30, 2017
Nonetheless, few were left baffled with the harsh reactions and called out the 'backward' opinions and misogyny in the society.
Indeed "Pseudo-sanskaris" objecting to #Priyankachopra's dress are morons and beneath contempt. Get a life, fools.— Vipul Mohan (@MohanVipul) May 31, 2017
Priyanka chopra wears a skirt— Tanmay Bhat (@thetanmay) May 30, 2017
HOW CAN U WEAR IN FRONT OF PM NO RESPEXT?
PM wears suit with name printed on it
LET HIM WEAR WHAT HE WANT
The people shaming #PriyankaChopra for wearing a skirt infront of Modi are the reason India is still a regressive country.— yash (@bardia_yash) May 31, 2017
Finally, someone who has got their priorities straight!
Aren't there better things to worry abt than the length of #PriyankaChopra's skirt during her meeting with PM?🤔— Padmaja Konisetti (@paddukonisetti) May 31, 2017
But the battle didn't end there. Priyanka, being the badass that she is, shut down the trolls by posting another picture of herself and her mother with their flawless legs right on display and captioned it, "Legs for days! It's in the genes."
Woah... talk about a mic drop! After PeeCee's apt reply, we just have one thing to say:
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