Priyanka Chopra is set to voice Queen Elsa in the Hindi release of the much-awaited sequel of the Oscar-winning 2013 film.
Frozen 2 Teaser in Hindi
Chopra previously took to social media to announce that the reel-life Chopra sisters will be dubbing the sequel in Hindi. Disney Films India welcomed the dynamic duo with Olaf's signature line: "Some moments are worth melting for!"
Parineeti revealed that she took the opportunity right away as "Frozen II" will be their first film together. She also opened up about the strong semblance between Anna and Elsa's relationship and her "unique and strong bond" with Priyanka.
Priyanka Chopra Voices Queen Elsa
Chopra is breathtaking in a figure-hugging beige gown with blue detailing as she promotes the Hindi movie release of "Frozen 2." In the teaser, the actress spoke in Hindi about how the women of today have surpassed expectations and are paving their own paths in their own unique styles.
As a result, opportunities are now coming to women instead of them chasing opportunities. Chopra encouraged girls and women alike to write their own stories and realize they no longer need to be part of someone's story.
"We don't need a king to become a queen. We find our own path in our own style. Don't bring stars for us as they themselves make their way towards us. We don't want to be part of someone else's story, we write our own stories," Priyanka said in Hindi, per The News.
Role Models of New Generation
Priyanka introduced Queen Elsa and Princess Anna as the new role models of this generation.
The parents of today's children grew up wishing for their own fairytale. Fans saw Cinderella carried away from her misery, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty brought to life, and even Ariel finding her voice -- all thanks to Prince Charming.
However, the new generation has better role models to look up to: Anna who knows she is a princess enough without her Prince Charming, and Elsa who fights for her identity and grows up handling struggles singlehandedly.
Priyanka as a Role Model
Priyanka herself is a good role model for little girls and young women alike. She is a Unicef Goodwill Ambassador for Child Rights and has a foundation to her name with advocacies that help at-risk children and low-income women and teenagers.
The Miss World 2000 title-holder also took part in the #MeToo movement to empower young women telling them to "find your inner strength and voice" and to "take charge and fight for your future because no one else will."