Priyanka Chopra-Nick Jonas Engagement: Pandit And Parineeti Chopra Arrive For Ceremonial Puja

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Priyanka Chopra's cousin Parineeti Chopra arrived at the former's house decked up in traditional attire

Written By Athulya Nambiar | Mumbai | Updated On:

With Nick Jonas arriving in India on Friday night along with his family, the rumours of Priyanka Chopra's engagement ceremony in Mumbai has been almost confirmed. Now, pictures of Parineeti Chopra arriving all decked up in traditional wear at Priyanka Chopra's Mumbai house has got the fans excited. A Pandit was also spotted going to the 'Desi' girl's house. 

The Pandit arrived at 8 in the morning to perform the ceremonial puja ahead of the big celebration in the evening.  

A few weeks back reports of Priyanka's engagement to boyfriend Nick Jonas had surfaced. The two have been dating for a few months now. However, both of them have of yet not given any official confirmation of the engagement. They are expected to make their engagement official in the evening. Reportedly, Priyanka has booked a 5-star hotel in the city where she will be inviting friends from the industry and making her engagement official.

As per reports, American singer Nick Jonas had popped the question to the 'Quantico' star on her birthday on July 17. Post this, news about Priyanka opting out of Bollywood film 'Bharat' also surfaced, making people all the more suspicious. In fact, when Priyanka returned to India, she was seen hiding her ring. But the ring was spotted in a picture shared by Raveena Tandon. 


Peecee and I getting our pouts in order ! 😂 #potraitlighting💡 #shotoniphonex

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