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Priyanka Chopra suffers from minor set accident, thanks fans for well wishes

17 January 2017 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

New York City, NY, United States (4E) – Indian actress and “Quantico” star Priyanka Chopra missed a number of appearances after her minor set accident and she recently took to Twitter to thank her fans for the well wishes.

According to a representative for the ABC series, there was a minor mishap on set on Thursday and Chopra was examined by a doctor. She was recommended to spend time at home and rest before getting back to work. The statement reads, "We can confirm that there was a minor incident on the New York set of Quantico last night. It would be premature to comment further until we have all the information."

A “Quantico” event was missed by her on Friday and she said in a statement that she was not feeling well that is why she missed the event. The 34-year-old actress made fans worry that is why she assured fans that she is feeling better now via a tweet. She wrote on Sunday, "Thank you for all of your warm thoughts and well wishes. I will be ok, and am looking forward to getting back to work as soon as I can. Much love.” Chopra did not specify until when will she be resting at home as per doctor’s orders and did not say when she will be back on set.

It was unclear, however, what the accident was but sources claim that she is now on the mend. Other sources are saying that she slipped while she was shooting a stunt on the sets of the TV show. She fell so hard on the floor and suffered a concussion. This was not confirmed by her representatives yet.

Chopra just finished shooting the action comedy “Baywatch ,” wherein she plays the main antagonist. The others stars in the movie are Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Zac Efron. The movie is slated to hit theaters by May 26.

In “Quantico ,” Chopra plays the role of an FBI agent turned CIA operative named Alex Parrish.

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