Priyanka Chopra has apologized for wearing a shirt that has been impacted as obtuse to outcasts in a photograph that showed up on a magazine cover. Cover of the magazine ‘Conde Nast Traveller’, which got a lot of slack via web-based networking media a week ago.
In the picture, which printed as the 34-year-old performing artist wearing a white tank with the words “REFUGEE,” “IMMIGRANT” and “OUTSIDER” crossed out, yet “TRAVELLER” still in place, was named ‘insulting’ to refugees.
Taking after the backfire, Chopra told India’s NDTV news channel that she was truly self-reproachful about feelings being harmed. She has dependably been against marks. She was exceptionally influenced and felt truly awful, however the message has been misjudged.
She proceeded that she felt sad because individuals saw it like that and they saw her wearing it. Conde Nast Traveller additionally issued an official articulation, saying that the message was translated incorrect.
The announcement read as per the report of the India Times, “At Conde Nast Traveller, we trust that the opening up of outskirts and the separating of dividers can help us find the world, and open up our brains and hearts. In this way, when we had actress Priyanka Chopra wear a T-shirt we made on the front of our 6th commemoration issue, we had a purpose to make. Also, it was not about benefit or fashion.