Actress, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, talks about overcoming racist bullying and paralyzing grief, leaving movie stardom in India to start over in the U.S. and finding love with husband Nick Jonas.
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In her candid new memoir, Unfinished, out Feb. 9, Chopra Jonas, who was born in India, details the racist bullying she experienced while attending an American high school when she was 15 years old. The torment was so bad, she writes, that Chopra Jonas ultimately returned to India to finish out her schooling.
“I took it very personally. Deep inside, it starts gnawing at you,” says the Citadel star, 38, in an exclusive interview featured in this week’s issue of PEOPLE.
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Priyanka Chopra Jonas Opens Up About Racist Bullying in High School In New Memoir | PEOPLE