Priyanka Chopra: Nothing like Citadel on TV


Priyanka Chopra has said that the fact that Citadel is a limited series has allowed her to immerse herself in television again. She also said the training for the show was “very, very intense.”

Priyanka Chopra says the training for the show has been “very, very intense.” (Photo: Priyanka Chopra / Instagram)

Priyanka Chopra Jonas recently spoke about his upcoming series with the Russo Brothers titled Citadel. The spy action series, also starring Richard Madden, has been described as “a vast and groundbreaking global event comprising a series of motherships and several satellite series in the local language.”

As the synopsis suggests, the series will generate multiple spinoffs in many countries.

Speaking to Collider about the series, Priyanka Chopra said, “There’s nothing quite like Citadel on TV, I think. It’s very large-scale, extremely fine, stunt action, but at the same time it’s a drama and it has heart. So I think there’s really nothing like it on TV right now and that’s one of the big reasons I wanted to really do it. Do something for multiple episodes … you know it’s a commitment.

PeeCee added that the fact that this is a limited series allowed her to dip her toes into television again. She also said the training for the show was “very, very intense.”

“It was a lot of work, but I’m so excited to share it with the world, because I just saw a bunch of it recently and I think it’s very special. We’ve worked really hard on it, and you’ll see it, ”she said.

Priyanka Chopra can currently be seen in Lana Wachowski’s The Matrix Resurrections, the fourth film in the iconic sci-fi movie franchise. Priyanka tries the adult version of the Sati exile program. The character was originally featured as a child in The Matrix Revolutions, in 2003.

Besides Citadel, the actor has many projects in the works, including Jee Le Zaraa by Farhan Akhtar, starring Alia Bhatt and Katrina Kaif, and the romantic drama Text For You.

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