Priyanka Chopra’s book Unfinished has been grabbing a lot of eyeballs for obvious reasons. In her book, the former Miss World shared an uncensored glimpse into her personal life, that included few topics she usually does not prefer to answer in front of the media.

Taking about it in the interview in Asian Style Magazine she said,

 “I didn’t write about these things now to clarify anything to anyone. I was in a place in my life where I sat down and wrote about the milestones in my life. These happened to be those things, that I’d kept personal in my heart, things I’ve been affected by.”

According to The Independent, Priyanka recalls in the book that she met the first director after winning the Miss World 2000 Crown,

“After a few minutes of small talk, the director/producer told me to stand up and twirl for him, I did. He stared at me long and hard, assessing me, and then suggested that I get breast implants, fix my jaw, and add a little more cushioning to my butt. If I wanted to be an actress, he said, I’d need to have my proportions ‘fixed’, and he knew a great doctor in LA he could send me to. My then-manager voiced his agreement with the assessment.”

She further added

“I’m a woman in the entertainment business, which is kind of patriarchal, I had to be very tough. When entertainers show their weakness, people enjoy pulling you down. I learnt to keep my walls up. I kept them up, did my job and didn’t talk about the things I overcame. I’m much older and self-assured now, which makes it easier to discuss things from the past. This book is not me offering any form of clarification. It’s a story of my life from my eyes.”