It is believed that Priyanka and her mother had booked a private session with celebrity hairstylist Josh Wood. Wood later issued a statement through his salon’s official social media page. “Josh would like to share the above statement with his valued community,” the caption read. Also Read – Kangana Ranaut reacts on charges of merging flats; says, ‘Will fight in higher court’
“Following government guidelines, Priyanka’s hair was coloured for the purpose of the film she is currently shooting in London. The salon was opened privately and everyone involved has been tested and followed both the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sports guidelines, as well as film production regulations,” read the statement. Also Read – We Can Be Heroes: Priyanka Chopra starrer is the new no. 1 movie on Netflix; actress pens an emotional note thanking fans — view post
The social media post read, “We have absolute respect for the government regulations and have worked incredibly hard throughout the last 10 months to ensure we not only comply but go above and beyond to ensure the safety of our employees and our clients.”
Have a look at the post below:
Following recent press articles, Josh would like to share this statement with his valued community.We have absolute respect for the government regulations and have hard to ensure we not only comply but go above and beyond to ensure the safety of our employees and our clients.
— Josh Wood Colour (@JoshWoodColour)
Summing up her two decades in the entertainment industry Priyanka Chopra had previously posted, “Being in Indian movies was like entering a magical world.. I went in blind, with no idea what to expect and no formal training. It’s been a rollercoaster ride of challenges and milestones with so much I’ve learned since and so many incredible people I met along the way.”
Reminiscing her film Mary Kom, the former Miss World wrote, “Playing #MaryKom was not what I expected at all. The weight of telling the story of a living, national icon put a load on me that I hadn’t shouldered before. It was surreal in many ways. She was a world champion sportswoman who was and is still competing and is on top of her game. It was an honour but also a huge responsibility for me as an actor.”