My legs sell 12 to 15 products in India, Priyanka Chopra

Desi girl and Global icon Priyanka Chopra opened up about her childhood. She revealed how she did not care about her body during teenager and had scars in her legs. But later she learnt to take care of her body and the consequence is her legs alone sold 12 to 15 products in my parts of the world.

"When I was a teenager, I was a tomboy. So I had scars, I was always falling on my knees. They were not the prettiest legs in the world, and then I taught myself how to take care of my body. Anybody can do it if I can. And today my legs sell like 12 or 15 products in my part of the world. Yeah they do," she said.

Priyanka further spoke out how she has grown over the years. When the actress was quipped about her first audition, she said that popular American TV series 'Quantico' was her first one.

"I just think I've found how to be the best version of myself, and that took a lot of years. When I was a kid, especially at like 16, it blew my mind that I won Miss India because I was like the gawkiest teenager. I had no self-esteem. I got really bullied when I was in school in America [for three years], so that crushed my spirit a little bit more," Priyanka explained in the interview.

"This is going to some really bizarre, but my first audition was Quantico. I became Miss World [in 2000], so then when I was doing movies in India, I was initially cast because I was in this world. And then in my first movie I won lots of awards and so then I never really looked back. But then, of course, everyone auditions here. That was my first and only audition in my life," said the actress.

Priyanka has been chosen as one of ‘The New Royals’ by W magazine this year. The actress has featured on the cover of the magazine’s annual Hollywood Royals issue.

Priyanka took to Instagram a day ago to share the picture and wrote alongside, "I love this cover. Thx u @WMag! Such an honor to be named Royalty alongside this insanely talented group...I always thought I was a queen (haha) #DreamComeTrue #TheRoyals"