Saturday, April 20, 2024

Priyanka Chopra breaking the gender bias in “We Can Be Heroes”

Written By Milee Jain (Grade 8)


The first teaser of the “We Can be heroes” Netflix superhero movie is out. The Robert Rodrigues film has Chopra playing the “Nemesis” to a bunch of kids who are trying to save their parents and the world from an alien invasion.

Breaking the gender norms of a villain being played by male actors, she is ecstatic about her upcoming superhero film, which is a spinoff on a kids’ movie and shared her first look of the same on her social media page.


Featured Image Courtesy – The Indian Express



Milee Jain
Milee Jain
I’m Milee Jain and I’m 13 years old. Few of my interests include reading, writing and exploring the outer space. I also play the piano and I’m fond of art. Be sure to check out my articles and essays. Also visit my blog here!

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