Describing her activities as 'unique', she said she doesn't follow a path but creates her own. "I am not an ordinary star. Everything I do is sort of unique and I hate being clubbed as 'oh celebrities'," Priyanka said.

"I have a very unique personality. I like to do things which I want to do and I don't know whether these things will turn out to be good or bad. But everything that I have done has been very unique to me. I don't follow a path, I create my own," Priyanka added, looking chic in a white dress.

Her showbiz journey started with being crowned Miss India and going on to win the Miss World title at the age of 17, followed by her Bollywood debut in 2003 with 'The Hero: Love Story of a Spy'.

After that, there was no looking back as she mastered the art of delivering the unexpected.

However, planning for the future is not Priyanka's style. "I never knew I will become an actor or a singer or a producer. Things just happened as I evolved. So, I can't say when I will do what," said the 32-year-old.

For Priyanka, 2014 was good largely due to the success of her sport-based film 'Mary Kom'. "It's been a great year. I started off with 'Gunday' and then 'Mary Kom'. The business that 'Mary Kom', a female-led film, did is huge. For me, the biggest victory with 'Mary Kom' was it's numbers on the opening weekend," the actress said.

“Female films start with small numbers and make Rs 50 or Rs 60 crore in two months, but that was not the case for 'Mary Kom'. It's a huge step," she added.

The actress is now prepping up for her Zoya Akhtar's 'Dil Dhadakne Do' and 'Bajirao Mastani'.

Priyanka doesn't just exude optimism but is working towards it. She says along with the Clean India campaign, she is working on her own 'abhiyan' (campaign).

"I hope to do more such (women-centric) films so that the generation after me is not afraid to take films which are on their shoulders and girls get parts that make them as relevant as boys. So it's my own 'abhiyan'," the actress said.

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