Priyanka Chopra made her husband, International pop star Nick Jonas cry in public when she was shooting in Delhi, read on...
This month is all about Priyanka Chopra, who graced the cover of Vogue India wearing a thigh-high slit dress walking down the streets of NYC. In the interview with Vogue India she confessed that having a baby and buying a home in Los Angeles are the top things on her to-do list.
Currently, she is in Toronto for her movie The Sky Is Pink, which will hold its world premiere at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
The movie which features Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim is scheduled to hold its world premiere on September 13. During the interaction with media, Priyanka Chopra talked about some on-set drama that happened. "I was filming The Sky Is Pink and it was four days before my wedding. Nick was on the set," the actress said during an interview at EW and PEOPLE's studio at the Toronto International Film Festival. "We were doing our prep for the wedding on set and my co-producers and Shonali, they were so accommodating."
Nick Jonas was overwhelmed by wife Priyanka Chopra's talent:
The director of The Sky Is Pink, Shonali Bose also gave some interesting insides. "We had told [Jonas] to come at the end because we were arranging some champagne and cake for them, but he came a little early and we were out in the dark and [Chopra] was doing a very, very intense scene and I heard a sniff and I suddenly turned and there was Nick standing next to me and he was just crying," said Bose.
Priyanka Chopra was also preparing for her wedding while shooting for the movie, but she didn't let that slow her down.
About The Sky Is Pink:
The movie stars Priyanka Chopra as Aditi, a mother who struggles with the emotional and financial toll of her newborn Aisha, played by Zaira, who seems to be sufferiing through a serious immune deficiency. The Sky Is Pink, is based on the story of motivational speaker Aisha Chaudhary, who was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis. Aisha began to pen down her thoughts and wrote close to 5,000 words for the book titled My Little Epiphanies. The book also contained her doodles. She breathed her last on January 24, 2015, hours after her book was launched at the Jaipur Literature Festival.
The is Zaira Wasim's last film. In a long post the Dangal actress announced that she had decided to quit Bollywood, as it was interfering with her "Imaan" and her "relationship with her religion felt threatened".
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Last Updated 9, Sep 2019, 2:09 PM