Has Priyanka selected a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film as her next Bollywood project?

7 June 2017, 2:29:00

Priyanka Chopra is coming in India tonight. There is buzz that Priyanka is hoped to sign her next Hindi film, and it might be Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

Priyanka Chopra is ubiquitous. She was at the CFDA Awards a day ago. Then she was singing and dancing in a vivacious video which reveals about ‘bridging the gap’. And even before we could take everything that this Baywatch star had to offer, she has boarded another flight, but this time she is home bound. “Why is it so much better to procrastinate than doing the work I’m supposed to on a trans Atlantic flight! Wifi is a distraction! #Mumbaibound!” — tweeted Priyanka a few hours ago letting us know that she has taken off from New York for Mumbai. The Quantico actor will be arriving in India tonight.

As per reports, Priyanka will be in India and she will stay there for only four days and then will head back to the US. There is also a buzz that Priyanka is expected to sign her next Hindi film and will complete few brand endorsements too. This is not the first time when her India visit is being connected with her signing a Bollywood film. As per the latest buzz, this global star will be next seen in a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film. The project is said to be about poetess Amrita Pritam.

Speculations around this movie have been going on for quite sometime now. Priyanka has said in the past that she cannot say no to Bhansali, though no confirmation about this film has been made by any related source as yet. Also she needs to see that with her international projects keeping her busy, will she be able to take out ample time for this Bhansali project, considering the ace filmmaker’s films are grand and require a long shooting schedule along with a lot of commitment from the actors.

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