Anne Hathaway Made This Confession About Priyanka Chopra Jonas Last Year: Priyanka Chopra Jonas is a global superstar and there’s no denying about that. One of her admirers is the birthday girl, the one and only, Hollywood star, Anne Hathaway who has turned 38 Today. Once, she confessed that she loves Priyanka’s gorgeous skin.
During the promotion of her film ‘Serenity’ with Matthew McConaughey in 2019, Hathaway showered Priyanka with compliments and said:.
“Priyanka Chopra’s skin. Right? I have nothing on her. My god! So right now I am online every night going… ‘What is she…how did she do it’.
Anne was seen in ‘The Last Thing He Wanted’ with Ben Affleck in February. The film was released on the OTT platform Netflix & did not receive positive reviews. Her latest film is the remake of Witches which has already embroiled in a controversy.
The movie sparked major backlash from the disabled community & Hathaway even had to apologize for it. The villainous witches in the movie including the coven leader played by Hathaway are seen as having only three fingers. The design of the fingers resembles a limb disability called ectrodactyly which is known as a split or cleft hand.
She penned down a long caption dedicated to people with disabilities & apologized to the community for offending them with her movie.
I have recently learned that many people with limb differences, especially children, are in pain because of the portrayal of the Grand High Witch in The Witches. Let me begin by saying I do my best to be sensitive to the feelings and experiences of others not out of some scrambling PC fear, but because not hurting others seems like a basic level of decency we should all be striving for.
“I particularly want to say I’m sorry to kids with limb differences: now that I know better I promise I’ll do better. And I owe a special apology to everyone who loves you as fiercely as I love my own kids: I’m sorry I let your family down”
The Witches got released on October 22 on HBO Max which was earlier scheduled for theatrical release before the Covid-19 Pandemic which effected the theatres with shutdown in March.