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Priyanka Chopra joined Idris Elba, Salma Hayek for the first time to narrate diverse stories through filmmakers – Bollywood

Priyanka Chopra’s production house Purple Pebble Pictures, which she runs with her mother Madhu Chopra, has now partnered with ViacomCBS Entertainment and Youth Group, the first for BIPOC (Black, Swadeshi and People of Color) and women filmmakers. To encourage the Time Directors program. Others collaborating for the project include Idris Elba, Salma Hayek, John Leguizamo, Eva Longoria, Angela Bassett and Courtney Bee. Vance and their associated production companies are involved.

Priyanka said, “When I founded Purple Pebble Pictures our mission was clear, to create opportunities where there were few, and to tell global stories about place and language to global audiences.”

The former was talking to Miss World Variety. According to the portal, 50 films will be helmed by BIPOC filmmakers and female directors for the first time under the program. He continued, “I am proud to say that we have been true to that mission since day one, always prioritizing content over something else. Not only America, but the world, different races, There is a melting pot of races, and religions, and the entertainment we consume should reflect the world we actually live in. I am proud to join ViacomCBS Entertainment & Youth Group on this initiative . Not only tell a variety of stories, but do so with various storytellers. ”

Priyanka recently joined HBO Max’s A World of Callum as a narrator. The series is based on the popular meditation app Calm and will also feature Oscar winner Kate Winslet, the streamer said in a statement.

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Both artists joined an impressive list of global stars already riding on the show – Mahershala Ali, Idris Elba, Oscar Issac, Nicole Kidman, Zoe Kravitz, Lucy Liu, Cillian Murphy and Keanu Reeves. Each half-hour episode will take viewers on a journey to an immortal scene in another world, with settings for stories ranging from a noodle maker’s shop in Seattle to the outer reaches of space.

(With PTI inputs)


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