Priyanka Chopra Reveals Her Book ‘Unfinished’

Priyanka Chopra’s memoir titled Unfinished has reached completion with the actor taking to Twitter, sharing how she looks forward to presenting the book whose every word “comes from a place of introspection and reflection” into her life.

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Priyanka Chopra’s book titled is a memoir of short stories and personal experiences of the actor aimed at inspiring women.

Priyanka Chopra tweeted, “Unfinished is finished! Just about sent in the final manuscript! Wheee! Cannot wait to share it with you all. Every word in my memoir comes from a place of introspection and reflection into my life. #ComingSoon #unfinished,” Priyanka wrote on Twitter. The memoir by Priyanka aims to inspire women to dream big and aim for everything in life. It is a collection of short stories and personal experiences of the actor. The announcement about the book was made two years ago by the publication house Penguin Random House India. Talking about the book, the Quantico star had then shared, “The flavour of the book will be honest, funny, spirited, bold and rebellious, just like me. I have always been a private person. I have never spoken about my feelings during my journey, but I am ready to do so now.”

Priyanka had also once posted a picture that looked like the cover of her book. Along with the photo, she had shared how writing Unfinished gave her a sense of accomplishment. “I have always wanted to write a book, but the timing never felt right. With each opportunity that presented itself, my first instinct was always to wait…because I wasn’t (and I’m still not) finished. I wanted to do more, live more, and achieve more, before putting pen to paper and exposing things I have always kept private to the world,” wrote The Sky Is Pink actor.

She added, “But looking back on my life as a public person, I am super proud of what I have done and where my life is right now. I have realized you don’t have to be finished to tell your story, and that sometimes life’s greatest lessons are taught along the ride…when you are still figuring things out…when you are #unfinished. So glad to be starting a new chapter (literally) with the amazing teams at Penguin Random House in the US, India, and around the world. If I can…anyone can.”

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Naufal Khan was the Publisher at ADISHAKTI MEDIA and the editor-in-chief of the South African Indian news service Indian Spice. Khan was former Sunday Times journalist and also an occult fiction and non-fiction writer with several published titles.