This Is What Priyanka Chopra Does After Getting Slammed For Her Holocaust Memorial Selfies!


Priyanka Chopra again falls into a controversy after getting shamed for wearing a short dress in front of PM Narendra Modi!

The Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra is surely soaring high with her career. But nothing seems to be going good for the actress, when it comes to off-screen.

Priyanka is currently on a tour to Berlin. Fortunately, the actress got the opportunity to meet the Prime Minister of our country, Mr. Narendra Modi. But to her bad luck, she was shamed for wearing a short dress and sitting cross legged in front of the PM.

This controversy had not died yet, and the actress did something which again made her the target of the trollers. And this time, it was her selfies, which she clicked at the Holocaust memorial.

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Priyanka, along with her brother Siddharth, went to the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. For those who do not know, it is a memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe. The monument was opened in 2005 to commemorate the three million Jewish victims of the Holocaust, killed by the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler.

The actress had taken a few selfies with her brother at the Holocaust Memorial and had posted them on her Instagram page. This was not liked by many people and they started trolling the actress for being disrespectful and insensitive.

People were not happy also because Holocaust Memorial has a big rule that it does not allow anyone to take selfies. One is strictly not allowed to take pictures there considering it a connection with such a grey accident.

Due to this, Priyanka was badly shamed by the people. So what did the actress do this time to answer the trollers?

Well, unlike last time, when she gave a bang on reply by posting another picture on Instagram, this time the actress had to delete all her selfies from the memorial.

All we would like to tell Priyanka Chopra is to be just a little bit more careful!

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