Priyanka Chopra takes down Holocaust selfies after Twitteratis lash out at her

Priyanka Chopra takes down Holocaust selfies after Twitteratis lash out at her

Priyanka Chopra, found herself at the receiving end of hatred after she put up selfies at the Holocaust memorial. After being slammed, the Baywatch actress deleted those images

Priyanka Chopra has come at the receiving end of criticism for posting selfies from the Holocaust memorial in Berlin. The Baywatch actress was in the capital city of Germany to promote her Hollywood debut. During the visit, she went to the memorial with her brother Siddharth Chopra. At the memorial, Priyanka and Siddharth clicked selfies and posted on social media. This act was termed insensitive by many and the actress later deleted the images.

For those who don’t know Holocaust Memorial, it is a site constructed to remember the Jews killed by German dictator Adolf Hitler. The construction started in 2003 and it finished in 2004. It was inaugurated in 2005, 60 years after the World War II. It is not hidden that what Adolf did to the Jews was inhumane and history can never forget it.

So, Priyanka Chopra taking selfies at the memorial did not go down well with people. Many said that this was not expected from someone of her stature. She should have thought through before pulling off such an act that would hurt not only Jews but everyone across the globe.

Also read: Priyanka Chopra posts selfies from the Holocaust Memorial, gets schooled by Twitterati for being insensitive

Priyanka Chopra’s Berlin visit has been mired in controversies. Her meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi sparked a row after she was trolled for not being ‘sanskaari’ enough. She gave it back to the haters by posting another picture in which she flaunted her legs.

Also read: What was Priyanka Chopra thinking when she stepped out in that skimpy outfit to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi? [Opinion]

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