Priyanka Chopra says her film 'Mary Kom' is piece of her heart and she thanks friends and family for making it a successful venture.
'Mary Kom' won the Best Popular Film at the 62nd National Film Awards presented by President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday.
The actress took to her micro-blogging website Twitter to share the news and calling the film "a piece of my heart".
"It's so gratifying when something u worked so hard on is acknowledged... Thank u to the national awards for MaryKom .. A piece of my heart," Priyanka tweeted.
The 'Fashion' actress also thanked the cast, crew and the production unit of the film 'Mary Kom' on Twitter.
In the title role of the biopic of real-life boxing champion M.C. Mary Kom, Priyanka played a fearless woman who becomes an icon through her determined pursuit of sporting excellence.
Priyanka, who is inspired by the boxing champion, has credited the award to "womanhood" as well.
"Most of all mangtec this is a win for womanhood.. U inspired me to be all that u are and I carry that in my heart always.. Thank u Mary," she wrote.
Produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali productions and Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, the film which was directed by Omung Kumar also starred Darshan Kumaar.
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