Priyanka Chopra: 'Racist' article sees mocking Indians defend star

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Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra who tied the knot with Nick Jonas over the weekend has responded to an article which alleged she "scammed" U.S. pop singer into marrying her. After waiting patiently for a few days, Priyanka and Nick posted dreamy pictures and videos from their Christian and Hindu wedding and trust us, words fall short if we try to describe how wonderful they looked.

Priyanka and Nick, both of who have been strictly guarded about their wedding photos, released glimpses of both their wedding ceremonies earlier this week. The couple speaks about tying the knot within months of dating one another.

But before the couple said 'I do, ' they partied the night away with an elaborate sangeet celebration that saw Nick's family compete against Priyanka's loved ones in a dance-off. "But when a brown woman does the same thing, she is painted as a "scam artist"," commented Kathleen Davis.

- PRIYANKA (@priyankachopra) December 4, 2018A heartfelt thank you to our Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri @narendramodi ji for gracing us with your presence.

The author alleged that Chopra has a team that helps pair her with Hollywood bachelors, particularly famous white men, to boost her career.

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Sophie, who was one of Priyanka's bridesmaids, also took to Twitter to defend Chopra.

He traveled thousands of miles to watch his younger brother say "I do" to the woman of his dreams, Priyanka Chopra.

Many Indian and USA digital outlets also took aim at the controversial piece, spawning various rebuttals that called out its "xenophobic" tone. "We've removed it and apologise".

Chopra's brother-in-law, Joe Jonas, defended her over The Cut's story. "This was a mistake, and we apologise to our readers, and to Priyanka and Nick". He had tweeted, "This is disgusting". On the other hand For the Indian wedding, PeeCee put on a blood red lehenga and choli and his love interest Nick chose a beige colored Sherwani.

"Wildly inappropriate and totally disgusting".

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