I'm a better actor than Priyanka Chopra: Meera

Actor wants to be cast in Hollywood films


Entertainment Desk July 31, 2018
PHOTO: INSTAGRAM/MEERA

Celebrity Meera has always managed to stay in the news for the wrong and right reasons. This time, the popular star has come forth stating that she wants to enter the world of Hollywood.

Film based on Meera's journey to stardom in the works

Earlier today, it was announced that Priyanka Chopra will be sharing screen space with Guardians of the Galaxy actor Chris Pratt. Meera in her true fashion took to Twitter pitting herself against the famed Bollywood actor.

She tweeted, "I am a better actor than Priyanka. Universal Studios, Hollywood, please consider me."



Fans were quick to reply to the actor.





One even requested Hollywood to take her in custody.



Priyanka and Chris' film, Cowboy Ninja Viking, which is in pre-production phase right now, is helmed by Game of Thrones famed director Michelle MacLaren.

Based on the Image Comics graphic novel by A J Lieberman and illustrator Riley Rossmo, the story revolves around a counter-intelligence unit formed by psychotherapist Sebastian Ghislain, who transforms agents known as Triplets, a reference to multiple personalities.

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Pratt is playing a formidable agent with the fighting skills and personalities of a cowboy, a ninja and a viking.

The film, currently in pre-production, is slated for a June 28, 2019

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COMMENTS (3)

Bimal William | 3 years ago | Reply Next year you will definitely get an Oscar. Keep up your good performance.
Bunny Rabbit | 3 years ago | Reply Personally I have been an ardent admirer of both Meera and Reema equally . Meera , true to what shes saying has had an illustrious career of over 2 decades in Pak industry. Please stop ridiculing her English . its not her mother tongue and whats wrong in marketing yourself ? we do it all the time in job interviews .
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