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Farhan Akhtar, Zaira Wasim and Priyanka Chopra shoot a song on Mumbai, The Sky Is Pink



Farhan Akhtar, Zaira Wasim and Priyanka Chopra shoot a song on Mumbai, The Sky Is Pink


Priyanka Chopra will return to Mumbai soon to shoot for a tune with Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim. The melody will be a piece of their film, The Sky Is Pink. Read know more.

Many times, actors end up shooting for a film in parts. This may occur because of the various timetables of each on-screen character which may incorporate a few tasks. Talking about this, Priyanka Chopra Jonas who was in New York for the MET Gala 2019, will before long be advancing toward India for her up and coming film, The Sky Is Pink. Despite the fact that the shooting for the film is done, one tune was left and Priyanka is returning to join Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim for the equivalent.

According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, Priyanka Chopra Jonas will fly back to Mumbai to shoot for a melody for The Sky Is Pink. According to the tune subtleties, the report expressed that the melody is a ‘fun number’ which is significant in the account of the film and will be found amidst the motion picture. The shoot for the melody starts on June 6 and Priyanka, Farhan and Zaira will be available to shoot for the tune.

According to a source in the report, “Made by Pritam and composed by Gulzar, it will be shot in a five-day plan starting June 6. Shonali, who is amidst after generation, has been taking a shot at the tune for half a month now.” The film’s team had finished the shoot for the film back in March when they had together streamed off to Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The Sky is Pink depends on the account of a powerful orator, Aisha Chaudhary who experienced aspiratory fibrosis. Priyanka will be seen assuming the job of Aisha’s mom while Farhan will be the dad. Zaira will be viewed as Aisha Chaudhary. The Sky is Pink is helmed by Shonali Bose and is slated to discharge on October 11, 2019.

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