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Priyanka Chopra criticised for breaking Covid-19 protocols with salon appointment



Priyanka Chopra criticised for breaking Covid-19 protocols with salon appointment

Actress Priyanka Chopra was closely criticised after she was seen along with her mom at a hair salon in Notting Hill whereas the nation grapples with the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Quantico star was found by law enforcement officials attending her hair appointment.

The images sparked controversy as the general public is subjected to strict lockdown guidelines. Critics questioned her whether or not she thought she was above the regulation.

“Why are you and your mum pictured at a salon getting your hair done when it’s against the rules in the UK right now??!! Why are the rules different for you, who do you think you are?” an indignant consumer wrote.

“Getting so fed up with “celebrities” thinking they don’t have to do this lockdown like the rest of us,” one other stated.

“Why should Priyanka Chopra be able to get her hair done. Why does some swanky London salon think it’s above the rules,” one other commented.

However, the actress appeared to be there for work.

She had dodged a effective as she confirmed police paperwork proving that the appointment was for a movie.

“Following government guidance, Priyanka Chopra Jonas’ hair was coloured by Josh Wood for the purpose of the film she is currently shooting,” the actress’ spokesperson stated.

“The salon was opened privately for the manufacturing and everybody concerned had been examined and adopted each the DCMS working tips and the movie manufacturing rules,

“As per Film London and current government advice, by continuing to follow the approved COVID-19 guidance, Film and TV production can continue in the Capital and locations can continue to accommodate shoots and recces that are carried out in-line with the guidance.”

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