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Assam Flood: Priyanka Chopra has no interest, shows no emotions, says TV actress Mahika Sharma

Model-actress Mahika Sharma who has worked in Assam projects and Hindi TV industry is not happy with Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra. She claims that Priyanka the brand ambassador of Assam state's tourism is showing no interest towards Assam Flood.


By   |  Updated On : July 14, 2017 11:01 AM
Assam Flood: TV actress Mahika Sharma upset with Priyanka Chopra

Assam Flood: TV actress Mahika Sharma upset with Priyanka Chopra

New Delhi :  

Model-actress Mahika Sharma who has worked in Assam projects and Hindi TV industry is not happy with Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra. She claims that Priyanka the brand ambassador of Assam state's tourism is showing no interest towards Assam Flood.

Mahika said to a english daily, “Priyanka is my aspiration and inspiration. She is really a humble person. But I’m very upset from her. Because she owns some power to help the poors who are victim of Assam flood. She didn’t even showed any emotions for the state even in social networking site. This is what not only me but anyone from assam would be upset.”

“I dont wish she takes my word personally but understands my and Assam people’s emotions and excitement from her being associated with the state,” she concludes.

Currenty Baywatch actress is currently shooting in the US for her two Hollywood flicks, 'A Kid Like Jake' and 'Isn’t It Romantic?'.

Over two lakh people are reeling under the impact of floods in eight districts, where the swirling flood waters have overrun several villages.

According to a report by Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA), more than 2.68 lakh people have been affected in Barpeta, Lakhimpur, Jorhat, Karimganj, Cachar, Dhemaji, Karbi Anglong and Biswanath districts.

The report said that 453 villages are currently under water and over 5,272 hectares of crop area have been damaged. Karimganj is the worst affected with 1.53 lakh sufferers. 76,000 people have been affected in Lakhimpur, it said.

5,670 people have taken shelter at 269 relief camps in four districts set up by the authorities. The flood has affected several roads in the state, and bridges have been damaged in Barpeta, Lakhimpur, Dhemaji, Karbi Anglong and Biswanath, the report said.


First Published: Friday, July 14, 2017 10:27 AM


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