Priyanka Chopra says goodbye to Quantico in an emotional farewell post


Priyanka Chopra has at last finished her trip as Alex Parish-the character from American TV arrangement Quantico that brought her popularity all around.

The 35-year-old on-screen character took to her Twitter handle to share her considerations about the excursion for three-long-seasons and said that account of Alex Parish “will end up at ground zero”.

“As the season ends, I am saying goodbye to Alex Parrish. As you’ll see, her story will come full circle…and that is the best feeling as an actor. Bringing Alex to life has challenged me physically and emotionally, but even more significant it has (I hope) cracked the door open for female talent and women of color to play leading ladies,” she wrote.

“Thank you for opening your homes and hearts to me every week! Thank you to the cast and crew of #Quantico for being such an amazing team to work with, for all the memories that I will cherish…memories of laughter, of learning new things, of making friends for life. It was a pleasure working with each and every one of you, and I look forward to crossing paths again!” Priyanka added.

The American show spine chiller arrangement debuted on September 7, 2015 on ABC.

Alex Parish, played by the desi young lady, was a splendid FBI enlist who joined the office subsequent to moving on from the FBI Academy and turned into a prime suspect of a psychological militant assault on Grand Central Terminal.

By and by, Priyanka is set to star inverse Chris Pratt in ‘Cattle rustler Ninja Viking’, coordinated by Michelle MacLaren.

The performing artist was additionally in news as of late to walk out of her Bollywood venture with Salman Khan – ‘Bharat’. The reason, as cited by executive Ali Abbas Zafar, was that something ‘extraordinary’ was coming into her life and she let them know in the ‘Scratch’ of time.

So does it imply that Piggy Chops left yet another venture with a specific end goal to invest significant time to wed Nick Jonas?

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