“11 years without you and it still doesn’t feel real”

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra has shared this photo. (Etiquette: Priyanka Chopra,

New Delhi:

On the death anniversary of father Ashok Chopra. Priyanka Chopra shared an emotional note with Reel. The reel opens with Ashok Chopra singing on stage in the month of Sawan. The reel then takes you through a flashback era that captures the beautiful moments Priyanka shared with her father and family during her growing up years. The reel has ephemeral moments of Chopra’s family gatherings, holidays and all kinds of celebrations. Sharing the reel, Priyanka Chopra wrote, “The light of every room. You are still our brightest light Dad. 11 years without you and it still doesn’t feel real. Thinking of you today and everyday. I love you. Hold on forever. Your loved ones.” Come over and tell them you love them.”

Comments section It was filled with love from fans. One comment read, “The way Priyanka looked at her dad in every photo.” Another comment read, “That photo where you look at your dad with so much respect.” Another comment read, “Daddy’s lil girl… always.” FYI, Dr. Ashok Chopra passed away on June 10, 2013 after a battle with cancer. Check out the post here:

Priyanka Chopra loves to share stories about her father. A few years ago, Priyanka Chopra shared a snapshot showing “Chhoti Priyanka”. In the picture, she is seen wearing her father’s uniform. For the post, Priyanka wrote, “This is a photo from the album of my upcoming book. I love walking around the house in my dad’s army uniform. I wanted to grow up to be like him. He was mine. My dad encouraged my sense of adventure…”I was always up for something new. Trying to find. My insistence was to do something that had not been done before, that no one had discovered yet. I always wanted to be first.” This urge drives me every day, in everything I do.” Check out the post here:

Priyanka Chopra will soon be seen in Heads of State. She will share screen space with Idris Elba and John Cena in this film.

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