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Citadel: Priyanka Chopra Jonas Looks awesome in the recently released Exclusive Clip Featuring SXSW Keynote Conversation

Priyanka Chopra Jonas has been making waves in the entertainment industry, and her latest project, Citadel, is no exception. The actress stars in the upcoming Amazon Prime series, which has been generating a lot of buzz ahead of its release. Recently, an exclusive clip featuring a SXSW keynote conversation was dropped, giving fans a sneak peek into the making of the series.

The clip features Priyanka Chopra Jonas in conversation with the show’s executive producer, Avi Nir, and its creators, Joe and Anthony Russo. The trio discusses the inspiration behind the series, the challenges they faced while filming, and their vision for the future of Citadel. The film is streaming on Amazon Prime Video,

Throughout the conversation, Priyanka Chopra Jonas exudes her trademark charisma and intelligence, impressing the audience with her insights into the world of entertainment. She talks about the importance of diversity and representation in Hollywood, and how Citadel is breaking new ground in terms of casting and storytelling.

The clip also features behind-the-scenes footage of the series, giving fans a glimpse into the high-octane action and drama that they can expect from Citadel. The series is set to be a global thriller, with locations ranging from India to Italy to the UK. The creators have promised a fast-paced, high-stakes story that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Well, how about checking the exclusive video released by the makers as under:

Overall, the exclusive clip featuring the SXSW keynote conversation is a tantalizing glimpse into what promises to be one of the most exciting series of the year. With Priyanka Chopra Jonas leading the way, Citadel is sure to be a hit with fans around the world. Stay tuned to know more about the film and others only with us. If you have anything to share, do let us know by commenting below.

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