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Priyanka Chopra is spreading positivity with her sun-kissed photo

Priyanka Chopra is popular for her savory style, but she is also very ahead in spreading the light of positivity.  Often she works in the interest of social welfare in some way.  This is the result that, this actress has not only achieved her success in Bollywood but also in Hollywood.

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With Priyanka Chopra's new Instagram post, you will definitely get motivational vibes in this crisis.  From this post of hers, she wants to remind that, after every dark night, a lighted morning comes out.  And this principle applies almost everywhere.  And this time too, after the darkness of this corona, a healthy light will definitely come out in front of all of us.

In this post, she put a selfie of her, in which she is seen in an innocent look, kissing the rays of the sun. Also, the actress looks flawless. She can be seen sporting a grey-colored sleeveless dress and minimal make-up. With this motivational look, she wrote "There is always a light at the end of the tunnel... Hang in there, world."

Recently, she was seen commemorate the women who work as frontline workers in this COVID-19 pandemic. She put a video on her Instagram and wrote an overwhelming thanksgiving message to those incredible women.

Here's the full story "The stories of these incredible women have truly been so inspiring. Thank you, everyone, for nominating the women in your life who are working on the front lines or giving back to those in need. @bonvivspikedseltzer and I are humbled to commemorate them today. 

Laura works at a homeless outreach and support center that provides bathrooms, showers, and laundry services. ⁣

Jessica has been putting together care and safety packages for domestic violence shelters and survivors who have been affected by this crisis. ⁣

Tamy is an environmental service worker, cleaning operating rooms and emergency rooms at her local hospital. ⁣

Crystal is a physician assistant in the ER and First Lieutenant in the US Army. ⁣
Thank you for everything. See you on my IG live at 3pm PST to commemorate these women. #TogetherWomenRise".

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