The Bollywood's Desi Girl has added her husband's last name to hers and is now "Priyanka Chopra Jonas" on the photo-sharing app. The article meandered through the couple's history leading up to their wedding ceremonies, which began Saturday after a relatively quick engagement, and criticised Chopra's rich-person lifestyle.
Now Joe Jonas is reliving the extravagant wedding, and has revealed watching his younger brother get married really got to him as he gave the toast. The couple speaks about tying the knot within months of dating one another. About the article which contained derogatory remarks about her, Priyanka stated, "I don't even want to react or comment".
The couple recently hosted their first wedding reception in Mumbai that saw in attendance several leading designers, politicians and their close relatives. It's not even in my stratosphere. "No, you are racist", writer Ananya Bhattacharya called Smith's article "racist, lookist, ageist and over all else - a downright vile and personal attack on Priyanka Chopra".
After tumults of backlash, the magazine updated the article and later deleted it. "These kind of random things can't disturb it", she said.
While her name remains the same on her other social media channels, like Facebook and Twitter, she wasted no time switching it up on her most-followed account, which boasts a whopping 32.2 million fans. It reeks of envy and bitterness. We've received dozens of messages from readers expressing their anger.
"You know you think your whole life about that moment".
The article in The Cut, which has now been taken down, sparked outrage for suggesting that she had trapped USA singer Nick Jonas into marrying her to further her career. "We've removed it and apologise".
"There is no good explanation for this other than human error and poor judgment".