Our hot and sweet desi girl Priyanka Chopra’s name has been featured in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in the world which also includes Hollywood A-lister and Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Popstar Nicki Minaj, Donald Trump and more. Priyanka looked stunning in her white attire, she nailed that look with so much of poise and elegance.
During her media interaction, Priyanka Chopra thanked everyone for loving her so much that she has made it to such a prestigious list. And, we all know Priyanka has guts to speak her mind and heart out and this is what she did when a journalist asked her about her opinion about a statement given by Donald Trump who is a Republican presidential front-runner, about fighting terrorism by applying a ban on Muslim immigrants in U.S, without giving a second thought PC just slammed Trump’s bias opinion and she said this won’t be a solution.
Priyanka said she has come across the battle of extremism during the presidential race happening in the U.S, it’s like one person deciding what will be legal and what will be illegal ? Honestly, how will justice and freedom prevail if we have a dictatorship in a country instead of democracy where each one of us has the right to decide for ourselves what is right and wrong. Is it fair enough to ban a community just because there are some people who use religion as a protective shield to do all the nonsense in the name of it and kill innocent people to spread the fear of terror ? Terrorism has no religion, why is it difficult to understand ? And, we certainly don’t expect this kind of thinking and stupid decision of banning a community from living in any country from a leader. It’s so unfair to even think about it, forget about practicing this ideology.
Priyanka showed support towards Muslims and she said generalising a type of people is very primitive and yes, it’s something that totally makes sense instead of blessing a community with hatred. What about the bomb blasts and various attacks that took place in Muslim state like Iraq when George Bush was the President of US, was that right ? Wasn’t that spreading fear and terror ? Why US leaders try to sound like world leaders or dictators ?
It never depends on a community or a particular religion. It’s what we make out of it, we have leaders like A. P. J. Abdul Kalam who is a Muslim and the most respected leader and a scientist not just in India but globally. On the other side, we witnessed the terror spread by Ajmal Kasab during the terrorist attack at Taj Hotel. Both, come from the same community but there thinking has made them what they are. One is a great leader, visionary, and epitome of humbleness and the other one is a ruthless terrorist. Religion to be blamed or ones thinking and decisions ?