Priyanka Chopra – Forbes India Magazine

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Priyanka Chopra – Forbes India Magazine
Priyanka Chopra Jonas (born 18 July 1982) is an Indian actress, singer, and film producer who works in Hindi films. The winner of the Miss World 2000 pageant, Chopra is one of India’s highest-paid and most popular entertainers. She has received numerous accolades, including a National Film Award and five Filmfare Awards. In 2016, the Government of India honoured her with the Padma Shri and Time named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world, and in the next two years Forbes listed her among the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women.

Earnings : 39.67 Crore

At a Glance
Film Actor
Age: 30
Source of earnings: Films, endorsements
Education: Completed Schooling from Army Public School in Bareilly (UP)
Marital Status: Single
Children: None
Residence: Mumbai

Forbes India Lists
#14 2012 Celebrity 100
#16 in Money
#11 in Fame

Fast Profile : Two of her three movies in 2012 (Agneepath and Barfi!) crossed the Rs 100 crore mark, with the former making a Bollywood record of highest opening day collections. She also debuted as a singer with ‘In My City’.
Fast Facts : Chopra has been the Unicef goodwill ambassador since 2010.

Forbes India Celebrity 100
1. Shah Rukh Khan 202.83 Crore
2. Akshay Kumar 179.85 Crore
3. Salman Khan 144.2 Crore

Forbes India
Forbes India is the Indian edition of Forbes which is managed by Reliance Industries-owned media conglomerate, Network 18.

Forbes India history and profile
Since its founding in 2008, Forbes India has achieved a circulation of 50,000 copies and makes over Rs 50 crore in topline. The magazine is published fortnightly.

In May 2013, the Network 18 owned First Post was merged with Forbes India. Shortly thereafter, the four top editorial heads who had led the growth of Forbes India, including its editor-in-chief Indrajit Gupta, were dismissed under surprisingly humiliating conditions. The event led to considerable media speculation. Press Club, Mumbai, passed a resolution: “The method of ejecting them from the company was nothing short of shameful. Journalists are not only messengers of news and information, but are the collective voice of civil society.”

The new editor R. Jagannathan (erstwhile editor of First Post), took over Forbes India. He told The Caravan magazine that “Forbes … is not meant to be an NGO. It is not meant to be anti-capitalism.” The move might be a part of a shift within the journal towards right-wing politics, following a large infusion of cash from Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries Limited in the Network 18 conglomerate.
Jan 2013

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