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I don't mean to be rude, but I feel like the main reason the show 'Quantico' somewhat worked was because of Priyanka Chopra and the Indian audience she pulled in. But, I can't be sure because I couldn't even sit through the first episode, so I can't tell if it was a good show or not. But, you can't deny the fact that its biggest selling point was not the plot or anything else; it was just a big Bollywood star as the lead and well the makers couldn't ride that wave for long. It was time for 'Quantico' to go, maybe because of that or maybe because it's the season to cancel shows. Whatever the case may be, people are doing what they do best and trolling PeeCee, of course. While fans are sad about this untimely cancellation, other people are now saying that Priyanka belongs to Hollywood now, and there are no 'take backsies' and some are awaiting her full-on return to Bollywood, so yeah there's a lot of confusion. But, seeing her be so successful out there – while also maintaining her superstardom here in Bollywood – she will still manage to score big movies and just keep getting more famous throughout the world. And she knows it, that's why she's chilling on the beach without a care in the world, looking like the only bae we should be watching. ðð A post shared by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on May 13, 2018 at 5:26pm PDT Okay, now that we've trolled her and also praised her – maybe I'm also trying to maintain the balance like Thanos – it's time to see what people are saying. She could. She could have had a long lasting career in "Kyuki saas bhi kabhi bahu thi". ðð — Nishant (@nishuisharwalia) May 12, 2018 Umm. Chalo ji. Quantico is cancelled. Ab Priyanka kis baat ka gharoor karaygi?! #IDontLikeProudPeople — Arsh Azim (@_ArshAzim) May 14, 2018 Don't have any comments about the fake accent. Very boring TV series. Never made past S01E01. And her fake accent. — Avneesh Kumar (@avneeshkr) May 12, 2018 *Insert the 'why would you say something so controversial yet so brave' meme* It was a cheesy stupid show. No one was interested in her show other than Indian NRI and Indians back home — Sameer Khan (@SamKhan999) May 12, 2018 I am not the only one making Infinity War references. #Quantico season 4 not happening. **meanwhile priyanka chopra- pic.twitter.com/xF2tDOtCAu — prince kumar singh (@caspyprince) May 13, 2018
Punjabi songs have literally changed the entire face of the music industry. There is no party or movie for that matter which is complete without a Punjabi track. For a change, you would give a Bollywood number a miss, but a groovy Punjabi song just has to be there on the playlist. From some soothing mixes to raps to lyrics that sometimes sound too desperate, Punjabi songs became the new definition of 'cool'. Well, if you didn't know some of the popular tracks you are surely going to be judged. © Twitter Singer Honey Singh was among the few names that started the trend of rap music in B-town and within no time even little kids were singing his songs. He showed pretty looking divas grooving to beats of “I swear choti dress mein bomb lagdi menu,” and that was it. It became a song, everyone wanted to sing. Soon we saw a big league of Punjabi singers making their way into the tinsel town with singers like Badshah, Raftaar, Guru Randhawa and now Bollywood movies are all about showing at least one song, by one of these singers. Well, no doubt these songs were fun to dance on but at the same time they brought the use of drugs and act of violence to the limelight. You had obscene lyrics and everything illegal looking pretty normal in the videos. In the past, many have raised the issue of how these lyrics often objectified one section of the society. Now finally, the Punjab Government has decided to take a step and keep a check on the 'vulgarity' in Punjabi tracks. © Twitter Punjab's Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu recently announced the setting up of the Punjab Sabhyacharak Commission and said, “The Punjab Government is engaged in all seriousness to eradicate the menace of vulgarity from Punjabi songs and is taking this task as an article of faith.” © Twitter To implement it perfectly, every song will be monitored before it is aired. And if any there are any violations, strict action will be taken. However, many singers are also questioning the fact that who defines vulgarity. And they do have a point.