Priyanka Chopra thanks the frontline staffs on this World Humanitarian Day

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Priyanka Chopra thanks the frontline staffs on this World Humanitarian Day

Priyanka Chopra is all praises for the frontline staffs

Thursday, 20th August 2020

World Humanitarian Day is celebrated on the 19th of August each year to honor the humanitarians who are doing their best to help humanity at large. Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra took to Instagram to express her gratitude for the ‘real-life heroes’ this World Humanitarian Day.


While sharing a UN-made video on the same theme, the actress wrote, “Kindness is a universal language that knows no borders. This #WorldHumanitarianDay, let’s honour #RealLifeHeroes - humanitarians & frontline workers, who’ve been selflessly working to help those in need around the world.”


Priyanka Chopra apart from being an actress is a philanthropist too and is also a goodwill ambassador of the UNICEF. Last year in New York she had been awarded the Danny Kaye Humanitarian Award at UNICEF Snowflake Ball.


In a relevant video shared by the UNICEF USA, Priyanka Chopra said that children’s issues had always drawn her a lot in the early phase of her career. “I had just become an actor and I was figuring out that I had this platform. I had started associating with causes that I believed were important. I was working with thalassemic children, children’s wards and suddenly I realised that there was a theme – that I was working with a lot of kids. My then manager Natasha Pal told me that there is this organisation called UNICEF and maybe I should volunteer,” she said on the event’s sidelines.


Meanwhile, Priyanka Chopra recently had finished writing her memoir Unfinished. She shared one page of the draft she had received from publisher and also wrote in an Instagram message, “Finished. What an amazing feeling seeing these pages printed on paper for the first time! #Unfinished... coming soon! @penguinrandomhouse.”


Priyanka Chopra had declared Unfinished in the year 2018 and revealed that she always wished to write a unique book but thought that she needed to wait ‘because I wasn’t (and I’m still not) finished’. She had said, “I’ve realized you don’t have to be finished to tell your story, and that sometimes life’s greatest lessons are taught along the ride...when you’re still figuring things out...when you’re #unfinished.”



Source: Hindustan Times 

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