Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra has apologised after being criticised for modelling an "insensitive" top on a Traveller magazine cover. The top has the words "migrant", "refugee" and "outsider" crossed out while the word "traveller" stands out. The message on her T-shirt sparked a flurry of criticism on Twitter, with users accusing Chopra of belittling the plight of refugees forced to leave their homes. Apologising for it, the 34-year-old former Miss World said, "I'm really apologetic about sentiments being hurt. I have always been against labels. I am very affected and feel really horrible, but the message has been misconstrued". The magazine also put out a statement in which it stood by the cover and tried to clarify the intention behind the photograph. Explaining that it believed in a "world without borders" and "had a point to make", the statement said: "We must recognise that we are all on a journey.