Actress priyanka chopra Jonas claimed she went to hollywood after almost two decades in hindi film because indian directors were "not casting" her and she needed a break from the grind of the business's stifling politics. On the comedy podcast "Armchair Expert," hosted by hollywood actors DAX Shepard and monica Padman, priyanka admitted that she "had beef with people."

The well-known indian actor responded that she had never discussed it in public when Shepard questioned what had motivated her to start over in unfamiliar territory.

She started out by saying, "I've never said this, but I'm going to say it because you all make me feel safe."

On the coorg set of vishal Bhardwaj's 2011 film "7 Khoon Maaf," the National Award winner claimed she was being categorised as a "serious actor" and not doing "mega movies" when she received a call from her present manager, Anjula Acharia.

In the (Hindi film) business, I was being forced into a corner. Priyanka, who began her job in Los Angeles as a singer in 2012, said, "I kind of got tired of the politics and I said I needed a break. I had people not casting me for reasons, I had beef with people, and I am not good at playing that game.

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