Priyanka Chopra writes about Thalapathy Vijay in her book

It is well known that Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra made her debut in the Tamil movie opposite south star Thalapathy Vijay in ‘Thamizhan’ directed by Majith. The talented and pretty seems to have some nice words for her first co-star even after almost two decades. Priyanka Chopra has written a new book of memoirs titled Unfinished in which she has revealed many good and bad experiences she had in her life.

Interestingly, despite her first film being released way back in 2002, Priyanka Chopra seems to have remembered Thalapathy Vijay, who seems to have left a lasting impression on her. In her book, Priyanka has written, “Vijay’s humility and his generosity with fans made a lasting impression on me.”

Recalling when fans came visiting her in the US at the sets of ‘Quantico’, she wrote, “As I stood and took pictures with them through my lunch break, I thought about my very first co-actor ever and the example he’d set”.

While the fans of Thalapathy Vijay are on a high following their favortie star’s ‘Master’ that released last month, they have one more reason to be celebrate Vijay. Though Priyanka Chopra has spoken about disgusting behaviors from a few directors she has only good words for her first hero Thalapathy Vijay.

Directed by Majith, ‘Thamizhan’ had screenplay written by Vijay’s father SA Chandrasekar.

Apart from acting, Priyanka also sang a song in the film titled Ullathai Killathe, composed by D Imman.