'Say hello to Ms Marvel': Priyanka Chopra confirms involvement in 'Marvel Avengers Academy'

Priyanka Chopra has added another achievement to her profile by giving voice-over for an animated character in Marvel Comics.

hidden February 07, 2016 15:05:22 IST
'Say hello to Ms Marvel': Priyanka Chopra confirms involvement in 'Marvel Avengers Academy'

Los Angeles: Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, who has added another achievement to her profile by giving voice-over for an animated character in Marvel Comics, shared that she is "making the most" of her day off.

The 33-year-old actress, who is working almost "17 hours" a day, took to Twitter on Sunday and posted a view of oodles of snow outside a window calling it a "rare moment".

The Quantico actress posted:

On Friday, Priyanka shared the news that she has given voice-over for the comic character Ms. Marvel for an online game.

She posted:

The former Miss World is also among the many global names to feature as presenters at the much coveted Oscar Awards ceremony. She has garnered international fame for her lead role as Alex Parrish in American TV series Quantico and even won a People's Choice Award for her role in the American thriller series.

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