Who Suggested The Name “Sona” For Priyanka Chopra’s New Restaurant? Here’s What We Know

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Husband Nick Jonas came up with Priyanka Chopra restaurant name: As Priyanka Chopra’s restaurant opens its doors for customers actor revealed that it was husband Nick Jonas who came up with its name “Sona”.

Priyanka Chopra’s Indian restaurant in New York opened on March 26. The restaurant is in news for its interiors, and delectable menu.¬†An overjoyed Priyanka Chopra posted images from her Sona, on her Instagram account on the day of its opening, also confirming that her husband and singer Nick Jonas came up with the name Sona for the restaurant, a word he had heard a lot during the couple’s 2018 wedding in India.

Sharing about the “many menu deliberations, food tastings, and decor decisions,” Priyanka Chopra wrote, “This has been a team effort all the way…From the many, many menu deliberations, food tastings, and decor decisions to landing on the perfect name, all thanks to Nick Jonas – Yes! Hubby came up with the name at an early tasting with the team, as Sona means “gold,” and he had heard that word in India, well…A lot, throughout our wedding!.”

Priyanka Chopra also wrote, “Today is opening day. What started as a simple craving for great Indian food has become this labour of love, and I can’t wait to welcome you all in, and for you to experience timeless India in the heart of NYC.”

Chopra also said that Sona was opening following all New York City and NY State safety guidelines. Due to COVID-19, the restaurant didn’t have a grand opening. Chopra wrote, “I’m devastated I’m not there to celebrate, but I’m definitely there in heart and spirit…And on FaceTime. We can’t wait to serve you.”

This isn’t Chopra’s first project as an entrepreneur. Earlier the actor was in news for investing in the dating app Bumble. She also launched a vegan haircare brand called Anomaly Haircare in January 2021. She also co-owns Purple Pebble Pictures, a production company with her mother that supports regional filmmaking.