Priyank Chopra – Like Jim Rogers?

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Priyank Chopra – Like Jim Rogers?

We have all heard about Priyank Chopra. Whether it is on Oprah CNN or even just on a fine cable channel, the guru has become a sensation.

In the 1980s, the American ambassador to India was Jim Rogers. The American television networks sent cameras and reporters to see how he dealt with the Indians. One of them was Chopra.

Rogers had to cut short his tour of India after one week because of a Hindu fanatic. He was shot dead in broad daylight by some mobsters. The mobsters had no idea that Rogers was an American envoy. They just thought that Rogers was a Christian.

Priyank Chopra is similar to Rogers. He too was the ambassador from the U.S. when he was killed in an accident.

Now, Priyank Chopra is back in India on a tour to help the people and has set up a clinic for mental problems. He is famous in India for treating all kinds of mental problems, including depression and panic attacks.

He is also known for giving free coaching on yoga, meditation and how to live a healthy life, which is very important for those who live a life of junk food and pollution. But these two tips are only effective when he is around. He actually comes to the site in person and teaches the people in the field.

While he was traveling on his tour to India, Rogers wanted to see the negative side of life. He wanted to see what he called the “shame” of society. He came across some people who were beaten, harassed and even raped. All the horrors that he saw motivated him to write a book on the subject and became a champion of people who suffer in tough times. He has worked with people who have faced everything from physical illnesses and mental health disorders to drug addictions. So, we can say that Priyank Chopra is just like Rogers.

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