Priyanka responds to The Cut article, calling it "random things"

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At the airport last night, Priyanka was dressed in a black outfit, which she paired with a brown embroidered jacket while Nick donned a grey suit with a navy blue shirt. Just a few years ago (around 2015), Priyanka had her big break in America, starring in an ABC drama series, the now-canceled Quantico.

The earlier version of the article read, "Priyanka: She is a modern-day scam artist, in my opinion".

Check out their pictures here.

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In screenshots obtained byIndia Today, writer Mariah Smith begins her since-deleted article by declaring Chopra a "superstar". On the other hand For the Indian wedding, PeeCee put on a blood red lehenga and choli and his love interest Nick chose a beige colored Sherwani. Also it's written by a woman which is so sad.

Regarding the article, while speaking to HindustanTimes, Priyanka said she did not want to react to such "random things".

"This is wildly inappropriate and totally disgusting", she wrote. It's not even in my stratosphere. "Very disappointed that the Cut would give anyone a platform to spew such bulls - - t".

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'The most special moment was when the curtains opened and I saw him at the altar... "These kind of random things can't disturb it". We've received dozens of messages from readers expressing their anger. But you know what I mean. The whole piece missed the mark.

A number of journalists also spoke out against the piece on Twitter, questioning the Cut's decision to publish it in the first place.

TV Guide features editor Krutika Mallikarjuna noted that a good portion of the piece "was based on a lack of understanding of hindu wedding ceremonies and looking at the cultural norms of millions of people as weird and something that needs to be forced on other people". "We've removed it and apologise". What do you feel about this?

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