Priyanka Chopra has become a member of the Producers Guild of America

Priyanka Chopra Jonas, an actor and producer, has been accepted into the Producers Guild of America (PGA). The PGA is a non-profit trade organisation that defends, protects, and promotes the interests of all members of the producing team in cinema, television, and new media, according to its official website.

It has nearly 8,000 members in the written, non-fiction, documentary, animation, and new media sectors, spanning the entire production crew. The guild announced the news on Twitter.

“#MembershipMonday: @producersguild welcomes actress, singer, and film producer @priyankachopra as a member. Ms. Chopra Jonas has 14 producer credits to her name, including an executive producer credit for #TheWhiteTiger,” the post read.

On Twitter on Wednesday, the 39-year-old actor expressed her gratitude to the PGA. “I am honoured to be inducted. Thank you, @producersguild, for your support “Priyanka wrote a message. With films like Fashion, Kaminey, and Bajirao Mastani, the actress built a name for herself in her native India.

She is one of the few Bollywood stars to have had a successful career in the West, appearing in shows like Quantico and films like Baywatch and Isn’t It Romantic. Purple Pebbles Pictures, her production company, has funded the National Award-winning Marathi films Ventilator and Paani.

Priyanka’s Recent Projects

The White Tiger, directed by Ramin Bahrani and aired on Netflix earlier this year, was Priyanka’s most recent project. The film was nominated for best adapted screenplay at the 93rd Academy Awards, based on Aravind Adiga’s 2008 novel of the same name. The Matrix: Resurrections, starring Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, will be the actor’s next film.

Text For You, an Amazon Prime Video thriller series, Citadel, a film on spiritual master Osho Rajneesh’s aide Ma Anand Sheela, and Farhan Akhtar’s directorial Jee Le Zaraa with Katrina Kaif and Alia Bhatt are among her upcoming projects.


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