Priyanka Chopra meets Syrian refugee girl who's the biggest Katrina Kaif fan

Priyanka melts hearts in Jordan

Priyanka melts hearts in Jordan

Priyanka Chopra on Tuesday shared a video of a young Syrian refugee who despite living in a Jordanian camp for other displaced families like hers, remains a huge fan of Bollywood films, especially those starring Katrina Kaif. But this one Twitter user had a problem with PC because, according to him, she never visited an Indian rural kid.

Priyanka also said that she'd been told to convey messages of love "to these Massive Indian film superstars, who are favourites at Za'atari".

While spreading smiles in Jordan, Priyanka in her message has called out all those in the entertainment business. Who would think that what we do as entertainers would give people a sense of hope, relief and escape in such dire circumstances? Priyanka writes, "a big shout-out to you all and Hindi movies from these wonderful kids who are huge fans...our movies give them some much joy.This was something I honestly did not expect...but it made my day".

Priyanka writes, "This is a special shout out to one of Indias biggest movie stars". @katrinakaif this video is just for you, all the way from Za'atari Refugee camp in Jordan.This is Wafaa, one of your biggest fans and her message roughly translated is "I love Katrina Kaif a lot and I am one of her fans. This was something I honestly did not expect.but it made my day", she added on Instagram.

Priyanka writes, 'a big shout-out to you all and Hindi movies from these awesome kids who are huge fans'our movies give them some much joy.This was something I honestly did not expect'but it made my day.

Priyanka admitted that listening to what Wafaa had to say "was something I honestly did not expect.but it made my day".

The "Bajirao Mastani" star is ecstatic to know that what she does leaves a deep impact on the lives of those who are suffering.

The actress is on her maiden visit to Jordan under UNICEF's initiative to provide education, water, health care and support to children in Syria and Syrian refugee children in Iraq, Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt and Europe. Hoping that somehow we, the citizens of the world, will find it in our hearts to contribute to ease the largest humanitarian crisis since the end of World War II.

A large number of Syrians died or were forced to leave their homes due to the conflict.