Actor Priyanka Chopra launched her guide, Unfinished, on Tuesday. The guide consists of a number of household photos and pictures of a few of the memorable moments from PeeCee’s life. On the event of her turning into an creator, Nick Jonas shared an cute tweet for ‘beautiful wife’ Priyanka. Congratulating her on ádding the ‘published author’ tag to her ‘long list of achievements’, he mentioned to his followers that áll going to like this guide’ written by his spouse ‘Pri’. Also Read – Priyanka Chopra Jonas Was Asked to Show Her Panties, And Get a ‘B**b Job’ Done – Unfinished Reveals All
Check out the tweet right here:
My stunning spouse @priyankachopra simply added PUBLISHED AUTHOR to her already lengthy listing of achievements! Unfinished is out now! Congratulations Pri! You are all going to like this guide. Also Read – Rajiv Kapoor Death: Randhir Kapoor Spotted at Hospital, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Karisma Kapoor Head To Pay Last Tribute
— Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) February 9, 2021 Also Read – Disha Patani is Bold and Beautiful in Black Outfit, Fans Call Her ‘Gorgeous’| View PICS
A fan of Nick Jonas additionally shared a couple of glimpses from the guide. One image present Priyanka’s ‘griha pravesh’ with husband Nick Jonas at their Los Angeles residence. Last 12 months, throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, they moved into their new residence. In the image, Priyanka might be seen clad in a white kurta-pyjama with orange dupatta worn on her head. She might be seen carrying a metal pot as she walked inside her new residence. Nick might be seen following her.
The caption on the guide reads, “Moving into our new house during quarantine was unusual but we made the best of it, including a Griha Pravesh (house warming) ceremony.”
📸|| Some pics of Nick and Priyanka from her new guide! pic.twitter.com/QzukPkW1MC
— Daily Nick Jonas (@DailyNickJonas) February 8, 2021
In the guide, she talked about many incidents – from being requested to get cosmetic surgery completed to the racism she suffered in America. In a latest interview with Asian Style journal, she mentioned, “Everyone who is mentioned in the book, has read the book. I was very clear about that. I didn’t want any surprises later. In fact, I worked on it in a very weird way. When I wrote about my experiences, I penned down my version that I remembered. Then I would call up the person who was part of it, to corroborate my story. I needed a lot of filling in the blanks from them. Memory is funny thing; you leave a lot behind.”
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