73 Questions With Priyanka Chopra, From Her Purse Must-Haves to Where She Sees Herself in 10 Years

On a balcony overlooking New York City—and with a cheese plate in hand—Priyanka Chopra joined Vogue for a rapid fire round of “73 Questions.” The actress’s tell-all ran the gamut of fun facts, from her favorite Tupac Shakur song to the items she’s never without (hot sauce and hand cream top the list). Of course, she was open to answering the harder-hitting questions, too; as a woman with a powerful international influence—Chopra is a former Miss Universe, current UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, and was recently named one of Time’s “100 Most Influential People in the World”—there’s a lot she wants to get done.

Her future goals? They, too, span continents. “To go to every island in the world,” she says, and then quickly adds, “to have lots of babies, and…I don’t know, I’m still thinking about what my third one would be.” And there’s no need for Chopra to decide now. If she were to write a book, anyway, the title would be Unfinished.

When it comes to her acting career, Chopra has a few dream scenarios. Her ideal co-star would be Meryl Streep. Her ultimate on-screen love interest would be Roger Rabbit. And if she could play an iconic male role? “Bond,” she says with just the right touch of suave intonation. “James Bond.”

But if she wasn’t an actress, Priyanka says she’d be an engineer at NASA. It’s no wonder “aspirational” is the quality she cites to explain why she derives the most inspiration from Michelle Obama. When asked where she hopes her career takes her in ten years, Chopra cheekily suggests global domination, but such an ambition isn’t looking all that far-fetched. Her spirit animal is the perfect reflection of this motivated resilience. “A phoenix,” she declares, “because I can always rise from the ashes.”

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