Bollywood heartthrob Priyanka Chopraâ€™s latest photoshoot for a magazine has triggered a new controversy after the message printed on her t-shirt went harsh on Twitter users.
Featuring on the cover page of a magazine, Priyanka is seen wearing a white tank top with a message written on it- refugee, immigrant, outsider and traveller in which the first three words are striked with a red line calling the Quantico star a â€˜travellerâ€™.
While it didnâ€™t affected the likes of her fan and followers, some Twitter users went frenzy with the statement and ranted Priyanka for being â€˜insensitiveâ€™ about refugees and immigrants.
The 34-year-old star shared the cover of Conde Nast Traveller magazine on Twitter, writing, "My new cover. Thank you @CNTIndia." After which one of user on Twitter bashed her by saying "Oh, I'm sorry, I wasn't aware that being a refugee is a matter of choice...What were you thinking?!"
Another user in her opposition twitted, â€œ@CNTIndia @priyankachopra offensive t-shirt. With 65 million ppl displaced, highest no. since WWII, to pretend as if it's a choice. #nonPC."
Another tweet read, "@cntindia being a refugee is NOT a choice, it's a matter of survival. i was already disappointed for her comments abt feminism, now this."
@cntindia being a refugee is NOT a choice, it's a matter of survival. i was already disappointed for her comments abt feminism, now this -.-â€” à¤•à¤®à¥€à¤¨à¥€ (@1DerfulJelieber) October 8, 2016