Carving out a success story from Bareilly to Beverly Hills via Bombay, boss lady Priyanka Chopra Jonas dons the cover of Femina’s November Anniversary Issue


~Amongst one of the 20 icons of women power in the ‘Power List 2020’, the November issue features the ‘Desi Girl’ gear up for her upcoming book Unfinished: A Memoir~

November is always one to remember for Femina, as they celebrate 61 years of being India’s leading women’s brand in the country. Over decades, they’ve celebrated being a woman’s best friend and showcased women from various walks of life who’ve broken the glass barrier and inspired its readers to be simply UNSTOPPABLE. In a section titled ‘The Power List 2020’, the November anniversary issue sees none other than Priyanka Chopra Jonas grace the cover of this edition.

From Miss World, to an upcoming actor in Bollywood to now being a global icon, Priyanka Chopra is the living embodiment of a self-made woman. Not letting her creativity come to a halt due to the lockdown, the diva chose to make the most of her time to pen down her memoir Unfinished: A Memoir that’s all set to release in January 2021. The book that takes one through her childhood, parents, being crowned Miss World as well as touches upon her experience of becoming an overnight global sensation with Quantico, marrying Nick Jonas not before lauding her stellar philanthropic work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. Written truly in a bold, warm way that not only leaves a smile on your face, but inspires you to embrace and follow one’s dream, the memoir serves as a telling reflection of what Priyanka is and stands for.

From a small-town girl to a global icon that the world worships, Priyanka Chopra’s journey is nothing short of phenomenal and inspirational. “I am a product of traditional India and its ancient wisdom, and modern India and its urban bustle. My upbringing was always an amalgamation of the two India’s and, just as much, of East and West,” says Priyanka Chopra Jonas.

In addition to Priyanka Chopra Jonas, the November issue features 19 other women powerhouses who have broken barriers to emerge victorious and become icons of representation for women. These include Kamala Harris, Nita Ambani, Indra Nooyi, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Roshni Nadar Malhotra, Gita Gopinath, Kirthiga Reddy, Smriti Irani, Dr. Swati Piramal, Vandana Luthra, Twinkle Khanna, Diyva Gokulnath, Nisaba Godrej, Anita Dongre, Ekta Kapoor, Falguni Nayar, Zia Mody, and Suneeta Reddy.

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