Priyanka Chopra after three years visited her home country India. While being in Mumbai, she was on a tight schedule as to launch her new venture. Chopra with work also had nostalgic trip and her videos are proof of it. The glimpses of her return could be seen in the newly released video of Chopra. It shares an inside look of her journey in Mumbai before heading to Delhi.
The video shows how things went for her and just how moved Chopra was while she was there. She can be heard saying things like, “Being at home is such a blessing. It’s wonderful to see Babul Nath in Churchgate.” In order to make her vacation special, the clip also shows Chopra interacting with fans, visiting locations, laughing with people, and snapping selfies. While interacting with the crowd, she also distributed T-shirts to them.
Priyanka’s first visit to India in three years
She was in the city for work commitments. On Sunday, she posted a montage comprising videos of her “last couple of days” in the city. It showed her attending the Nykaa event for her haircare brand Anomaly along with her team and Nykaa CEO Falguni Nayar. She expressed, in the caption, that “there’s really is nothing like coming home.”
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Sharing the video, the actress gave a fitting caption. “And it’s a wrap on Mumbai! Ghar ki baat hi alag hai! There’s really is nothing like coming home. These last couple of days, I’ve been so moved by all the love & support that has been shown to me. I can honestly say if weren’t for all of you that showed up and my team, I don’t know where I’d be,” part of the caption read.
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Chopra continues to share glimpses of her fun trip to India. She is undoubtedly had a great time, whether it’s sharing gorgeous images of herself or talking about her love of food. Chopra is on her first trip since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chopra also made sure to stop by Mumbai’s Marine Drive. Sharing this fun clip of herself, the actor wrote, “Pit stop at an old haunt. Even if just for a minute. If you know, you know. Mumbai, I’ve missed you! Now back to work.”
The actor will next be seen in two foreign films, Citadel and It’s All Coming Back To Me, according to the job front. Returning to Bollywood, she will be featured in Farhan Akhtar’s eagerly awaited film Jee Le Zaraa alongside Katrina Kaif and Alia Bhatt.