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Priyanka Chopra says Nick Jonas is her ‘favourite man’

Priyanka Chopra says Nick Jonas is her ‘favourite man’”

It was just a few days ago that we could only hear rumours about our versatile Priyanka Chopra being in an alleged relationship with Nick Jonas. The pair are now vacationing together in India while visiting her mother.

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are in Goa vacationing.

Priyanka wore a Tarun Tahiliani saree to the Ambani party and she was photographed wearing the same saree in her pictures with Nick Jonas from Wednesday evening. Speaking about the same she told News18, "I have not met my sister for months because she has been in America for the longest time".

When specifically asked about meeting Nick, the actress smartly answered without naming him at all, "It was a great catch up time".

Parineeti joined Priyanka and Nick in Goa over the weekend but she returned a day before Priyanka and Nick. I was there for like 24 hours and I had a great time.

The "Quantico" star has reportedly brought the singer to meet her family and friends. She was also his date at the wedding. Rumour has it that Priyanka and Nick are all set to get engaged by next month.

The source said that the one-time beauty queen "fit right in" at the nuptials, and everyone left smiling in the wake of the romantic affair, adding, 'Nick and Priyanka really like each other, and his family enjoyed getting to know her as well'.



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