Priyanka Chopra Chopra changed many schools in childhood. However, she used to take it as a challenge. Then Priyanka was only 13 years old when she moved to the US to study with her aunt, where she returned only after 3 years. Priyanka has told in an interview that what happened after that she had to leave school and return to India. Priyanka Chopra recently spoke to People magazine, in which she shared many stories related to her life. Priyanka Chopra told in this conversation what happened to her in the US school that she made up her mind to return to India. Priyanka Chopra said that she was bullied there because of her being an Indian and girls used to make fun of her because of the dark color. He said that he was called- Brownie, you go back to your country. He also spoke of misconduct with him. Priyanka told that she had lost her confidence due to these reasons. He told that all these things had shaken his confidence and then he decided to return to his parents. After leaving America’s school, Priyanka returned to India and then completed her further studies from Army School in Bareilly. After this, Priyanka’s mother sent some pictures of her to Femina Miss India World and then she became a part of Miss World in this way and she won the title of Miss World 2000. After this, Priyanka never looked back till today. Priyanka also told that the decision to return here proved to be quite right for her as she managed to regain her confidence and got lots of love here. However, Priyanka refused to blame any city for this but said that at that time the girls wanted to say something that hurt them. Talking about the workfront, Priyanka’s film ‘The White Tiger’ is releasing on Netflix on 22 January, while her book ‘Unfinished’ is being launched on 9 February.