B-Town bombshell Priyanka Chopra has been dominating the local and international box offices of late. Not surprisingly, this dark-haired beauty is now on Huffington Post's '100 Most Influential Women on Twitter' list sharing the space with five other Bollywood beauty queens.
Huff Post stated one requirement for the list, "It's all about how much you engage with other people to make an impact."
Featured among the likes of Emma Watson, Oprah Winfrey and Taylor Swift to name a few, the Mary Kom actress took the 54th spot beating famous Hollywood personalities like Victoria Beckham (66), Jessica Alba (64) and Michelle Obama (73)! Hats off to Miss Piggy Chops!
Other Bollywood beauties to make it on the list are, Alia Bhatt (90), Sonam Kapoor (91), Sonakshi Sinha (93), Parineeti Chopra (98) and Anushka Sharma just making it at number 100.
And why wouldn't she make it on the list? The actress is always engaging with her audience; tweeting updates about her upcoming films, sharing behind-the-scenes images and chatting with her fans.
Thank u all for asking!doc says its Influenza!Sounds scary nah?But started meds n off to promotion!+ve energies of team #DDD helping majorly— PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) June 2, 2015
Recently she held a Q&A session with her fans via Twitter where she answered all sorts of outrageous to utterly-ridiculous questions that came her way.
Although Katy Perry is the most followed person on the social media website, with over 70 million followers (10 million more than Obama), she did not top the list.
The top three celebs on the list in numerical order are, Britney Spears, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj.
Priyanka made her Hollywood debut in the American TV show Quantico where she played the role of an FBI trainee named Alex Parrish.
Hey recent Bollywood release Dil Dhadakne Do is a hit at the box office and she is now gearing up for an action packed project with director Pradeep Sarkar.
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