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Priyanka Chopra says goodbye to Quantico

Priyanka Chopra has bid farewell to the ABC drama series Quantico, where she played FBI agent Alex Parrish for three seasons, which came to an end on Friday. Chopra in a new message to the fans and hopes it made some difference in creating more opportunities for women of color in the industry. “As the season ends, I am saying goodbye to Alex Parrish,” she wrote in a series of tweets. “As you’ll see, her story will come full circle…and that is the best feeling as an actor. Bringing Alex to life has challenged me physically and emotionally, but even more significant it has (I hope) cracked the door open for female talent and women of color to play leading ladies.”  initially followed Alex as a new FBI recruit fresh out of the academy who becomes a prime suspect in a terrorist attack. Chopra became the first Indian woman to headline an American network series in the role. The series underwent multiple changes, including Michael Seitzman taking over as showrunner. ABC announced its cancellation this past May.

 “Thank you for opening your homes and hearts to me every week!” Chopra wrote. “Thank you to the cast and crew of #Quantico for being such an amazing team to work with, for all the memories that I will cherish…memories of laughter, of learning new things, of making friends for life. It was a pleasure working with each and every one of you, and I look forward to crossing paths again!” The Bollywood actress has played roles in films such as “Baywatch” and “A Kid Like Jake” and will be seen in “Isn’t It Romanti” with Liam Hemsworth and “Cowboy Ninja Viking” with Chris Pratt. She is also reportedly engaged to singer Nick Jonas. 

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