- Priyanka shared a throwback picture of herself on Thursday
- “#TBT to little Priyanka,” she wrote
- “He was my idol,” she wrote about her dad
Priyanka Chopra, on Thursday, flipped by way of her childhood album and posted an lovely picture from the time when she was a bit of child. The actress will quickly launch her memoir titled Unfinished, revealed by Penguin Random House. In her submit, Priyanka Chopra shared a web page from her memoir and wrote concerning the time when she used to comply with her late father Ashok Chopra round the home “dressed in his Army uniform.” Priyanka Chopra’s dad and mom Dr Ashok Chopra and Dr Madhu Chopra served within the Indian Army. Sharing the picture, during which “little Priyanka” might be seen sporting her father’s Army uniform, the actress wrote: “#TBT to little Priyanka. This is a photo from the album in my upcoming book. I used to love following my dad around the house dressed in his Army uniform. I wanted to grow up and be exactly like him. He was my idol.”
“My dad encouraged my sense of adventure. Even as a little girl…I was always out exploring, looking for adventure, trying to uncover something new. My urge was to do something that hadn’t been done before, to discover something that no one had found yet. I always wanted to be first. That urge drives me every day, in every single thing I do. #Unfinished,” she added.
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Priyanka Chopra typically remembers her father by way of emotional posts on social media. On Memorial Day earlier this yr, she posted a throwback image of her dad and mom and wrote: “Both my parents served in the Indian Army… Maybe that’s why I feel such a kinship with military families all over the world. Today let’s think of all the fallen heroes that have given their lives in service to protect our freedom. Memorial Day.”
On her father’s 70th delivery anniversary in August, Priyanka Chopra shared an old video that happens to be from an award function, during which Ashok Chopra might be seen gathering the Best Actress trophy on behalf of his daughter. She wrote: “My forever cheerleader. You would have been 70 today. Miss you dad.”
Priyanka Chopra’s father died after battling most cancers in 2013.