Over the weekend, the Bollywood is in Italy attending Isha Ambani’s engagement. After chilling out with fiance Nick Jonas, Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja, now Priyanka Chopra joined the other Kapoor sisters – Janhvi Kapoor and Khushi Kapoor. The three girls strike an attitude pose which was shot by their designer friend Manish Malhotra.
After the three-day long engagement party and a small holiday, Priyanka bonded with Janhvi, Khushi, and Manish to head back home. The trio of girls and the designer had a lot of fun on their way back home. Not only taking the picture, but the designer also shared a glimpse of their shenanigans on his Instagram account.
The picture sees PeeCee and the Dhadak girl Janhvi along with her sister Khushi in the Via Milano Lounge, in Milan and flaunting their pouts. Janhvi is seen new to pout and trying to control her laugh while she pouted. PeeCee is a master in giving pout poses. While Khushi threw quite a natural pose with showing some attitude for the camera. Khushi’s pose is full of swag in the picture.
Manish shared the picture on Instagram with caption reads as: “fun girls” to show him some “attitude.” The same picture is shared by Priyanka too on her Instagram with just two emojis. In the picture, Priyanka can be seen in a ganji shirt whereas Janhvi is seen into a purple crop top and Khushi appears to wear a similar crop top as her sister. Priyanka and Nick too spent some quality time together in Italy. They bonded with recently married Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja also.
On the professional front, after completing her Hollywood project, she resumes her work on her upcoming movie The Sky Is Pink. She will be seen in the movie in the role of a teenager’s mother. The role of a teenager will be played by talented Danger girl Zaira Wasim. The Shonali Bose directorial also has Farhan Akhtar opposite Priyanka. And Janhvi will soon start working for her second film Takht and also has been in the talks to star in an untitled project in which she’ll play an IAF fighter pilot.
Also, talking about the film The Sky Is Pink, “This film is very personal and precious,” Bose told. “In January 2015, 18-year-old Aisha Chaudhary watched the trailer of my film ‘Margarita, With A Straw’ 30 times and told her parents she hoped to live to see the film. She died a few weeks later without that wish being fulfilled. Her parents took six months to track me down and say that they only wanted one filmmaker in the world to tell their daughter’s story. They knew that a few years prior, I, too, had lost a child,” she added.