Priyanka Chopra has a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar, in which she talks about her career transition to music and working hard for her success.
When discussing her career, Chopra says, “I’m not a person who plans every move. Five years ago, I didn’t have the remotest idea that I’d be cutting an album. Five years from now I don’t know if I’ll still be making music. I don’t plan my career. I just work really, really hard at being successful.”
She continues that she works very hard for her success, saying, “I work bloody hard for my success. I trained like crazy for months before the recording. Up until then, music was a hobby, when it became my work; I gave it the same single-minded focus that I gave to learning acting when I entered the industry.”
She also talks about her transition to music, saying, “As for my music, I’m an intelligent girl. I knew it was my first foray and I knew I’d make mistakes. I was, and am, okay with that. I don’t mind people saying I’m not very good. I wasn’t the actor I am today in my first movie either, but I got a second and third and fourth chance and I got better. If I get more chances in music, I’ll get better at it too.”