A look at Priyanka Chopra’s best Bollywood roles

Here’s a list of roles only PeeCee could really pull off.


Priyanka Chopra is not only a former Miss World but also a famous actor, singer and now a producer. She is certainly one of the most accomplished personalities around the globe, and there have been some Bollywood roles that she only could only pull off with glamour and sheer grit. We list them down:


Fashion (2008)


The Madhur Bhandarkar directorial proved to be Priyanka Chopra’s turning point in her career. She plays a small-town girl Meghna Mathur, who has a dream to be a supermodel and rule the fashion industry but she ends up losing herself in the fickle world, only to find herself finally and getting closer to her dream. She won the National Award for her performance in the film.


7 Khoon Maaf (2011)


This was another role of Priyanka Chopra that everyone applauds even today. In the film, the actress played an Anglo-Indian woman, Susanna Anna-Marie Johannes, who ends up killing all her husbands in her attempt to find love. She gave a nuanced performance and won hearts with her act. 


Aitraaz (2004)


Although the film came in early in Priyanka Chopra’s career, it is certainly one of her best performances till date. She actually took a huge risk by choosing the role of a temptress and villain so early in her career.


Don (2006) and Don 2 (2011)


A remake of Amitabh Bachchan’s classic, the 2006 film saw Priyanka as Roma, a martial arts expert, who wants to take revenge from Don (Shah Rukh Khan) for the death of her brother. Roma, in Don 2, aims to take her final revenge from Don in the cat and mouse chase. And well, Jungli billi will be loved by all forever.


Barfi (2012)


While the Anurag Basu film got Ranbir Kapoor a lot of praise, Priyanka Chopra’s performance could not be missed. She played the role of autistic Jhilmil with integrity, and her extensive research for the role was visible to all. 


Bajirao Mastani (2015)


In Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s period drama, the stunning actress played the role of Kashibai, Bajirao’s devoted wife. She portrayed Kashibai’s dignity and silent strength with ease and totally stole the thunder every time she appeared on the screen. 


Mary Kom (2014)


Priyanka Chopra decided to play a North-East Indian boxer in the film, and it was one of her best decisions. Her performance as an athlete managed to pack in a punch as she combined strength and tenderness in her act. It was a wonderful tribute to India’s pride – Chungneijang Mary Kom Hmangte.

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