Priyanka Chopra's Insta Family Grows To 50 Million; Only Lady From India To Achieve This Feat

After cricketer Virat Kohli, it is Indian actress Priyanka Chopra who has managed to do the impossible. She has become the only actress from India to reach 50 million followers mark on Instagram. She celebrated this achievement by sharing a video on social media

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Priyanka Chopra's Insta Family Grows To 50 Million; Only Lady From India To Achieve This Feat
Priyanka Chopra is achieving great success in life. From being an actor in Bollywood to going on to show off her acting prowess in Hollywood and much more, Priyanka has indeed made India proud on several levels. She is also doing philanthropy work by being the brand ambassador for UNICEF. With all this, she has managed to get the world to notice her presence. Thanks to all of this, Priyanka Chopra has now become one of the most followed celebrities on Instagram.

Our desi girl is the first Indian actress to cross 50 million followers mark on Instagram. Only cricketer Virat Kohli has been able to achieve this feat as of yet. Taking to social media, Priyanka celebrated this win by sharing a video of all the highlights of her feed. From her roka announcement to her picture with father, to her work for UNICEF, this video sums up the amazing time she has had all the while. Some of the events also show off her goofy side.

In the captions she wrote, "Thank you for being there for me, with me... we've come such a long way and have miles to go by God’s grace... much Love to you all.. #50MillionStrong #blessed." Check out the video below:


On the work front, Priyanka Chopra is currently in Mumbai and it is being reported that she is here to sign her next project. It is being said that Priyanka will sign Maa Anand Sheela's biopic. However, we await the official announcement. 







Image Source: Instagram/priyankachopra
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