Priyanka Chopra is hogging headlines as a Pakistani woman questioned the actress about her tweet supporting India's surgical strike on Pakistan this year. The woman also accused Priyanka of "encouraging nuclear war against Pakistan", while she spoke from the audience at the Beautycon event in the US. The microphone was taken away before Malik, a hair blogger who has more than 100,000 followers on both Instagram and YouTube, could continue. "We are all here for love".
Her powerful message was interrupted by a Pakistan woman who claimed the actress was "a hypocrite" for "encouraging war between India and Pakistan".
Over a month ago, Priyanka and her husband joined his brother Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner for their French wedding and last week the "Isn't It Romantic" star showed off her outfit from the big day.
The former Miss World posted that tweet soon after Indian fighter jets crossed into Pakistani territory, conducting air raids that resulted in an escalation in hostilities between the nuclear-armed neighbours.
She also called over women to support other women. The way that you came at me right now, girl, don't yell.
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Her final post was a reference to Priyanka calling Ayesha's question as "venting" at the event, along with another clip, "Whenever you're done "venting".
Ayesha Malik, who is Pakistani, questioned Chopra's double standards when she was handed the microphone during a Q&A session at the panel. But, amid all this, Priyanka Chopra was recently called a hypocrite for her past tweet related to Balakot airstrike.
While answering to Ayesha, PeeCee told her to not yell and not to embarrass herself.
She tweeted, "Hi, I'm the girl that "yelled" at Priyanka Chopra".
"Whenever you're done venting. got it, done?"
The relationship between Pakistan and India is strained due to the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, where India has stripped Jammu and Kashmir of its autonomous status.
Armeena says, "At the time (of the tweet), many including your parent organisation the United Nations was calling for cooler heads to prevail".
She continued, "But I think that all of us have a sort of, a middle ground that we all have to walk".