'Wild Wild Country' was undoubtedly one of Netflix's best documentaries last year. It truly was a story that needed to be seen to be believed, and now you will soon be able to watch the story unfold on the big screen.

Priyanka Chopra is developing a feature film based on the Emmy winning 'Wild Wild Country' which she will produce and star in. The hit series followed what happened when an entire commune of people moved from India to the United States, near the sleepy Oregon town of Antelope. The community's leader was guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (later referred to as Osho) but the person heading the invasion of maroon-clad worshippers was his secretary Ma Anand Sheela.

Chopra, who also stars in upcoming Netflix flick 'Isn't it Romantic' chatted to Ellen DeGeneres recently about the project, which will see her take on the role of Sheela while Barry Levinson will direct.

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