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Priyanka Chopra’s cover shoots have been raking controversy for some time now. Only few weeks ago, her shoot for a fashion magazine made the good folks on Twitter wonder if her armpits were airbrushed. Things got so out of hand that Priyanka Chopra had to post an unedited photo of herself to prove the point. The Quantico star has found herself in the midst of yet another controversy because of yet another magazine cover. This time though, it was the cover of the well-known travel magazine, Conde Nast Traveller India. Priyanka appears on the cover in a slinky white tee with the New York skyline behind her. The photo shoot took place at the iconic JW Marriott Essex House on Central Park South and features Priyanka Chopra wearing a tee that reads: Refugee, Immigrant, Outsider, Traveller with the first three words struck out. Clearly the message was meant to be a positive one with Priyanka Chopra being showcased as someone who is ‘home in the world’. Also Read - SPB vs BGR Dream11 Team Prediction, Vincy Premier League T10 2020: Captain And Vice-Captain, Fantasy Cricket Tips Salt Pond Breakers vs Botanic Gardens Rangers at Arnos Valley Sporting Complex at 6 PM IST

However, things being as they are now, the message has not resonated very well with the Twitterati. Many have pointed out that it was inappropriate to draw a parallel between someone like Priyanka Chopra, a successful world traveler and refugees or immigrants who often have little or no choice but to leave home. Several Twitter users felt that by comparing herself to refugees, Priyanka Chopra was being insensitive. Here are some of the reactions from Twitter users: Also Read - Lockdown 4.0: After Fresh Spike in Cases, Ghaziabad to Seal Border With Delhi Once Again

Savita Pawanay pointed out that this was the biggest refugee crisis since World War II

Anum Chagani reminded her followers that being a refugee isn’t a matter of choice

Samira Sood didn’t think the cover was offensive

But Meena Kadri was so offended that she created an ‘alternative cover’ for the magazine


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