Has Ali Abbas Zafar's 'Nick' Tweet On Priyanka Chopra Backfired?

Has Ali Abbas Zafar's 'Nick' Tweet On Priyanka Chopra Backfired?

Priyanka Chopra's moves after walking out of 'Bharat' show no signs of marriage
Has Ali Abbas Zafar's 'Nick' Tweet On Priyanka Chopra Backfired?
Priyanka Chopra

Though the industry is abuzz about rumours regarding Priyanka Chopra's engagement to singer Nick Jonas, it is pertinent to note that the lady in question hasn't uttered a word about it. Most of the stories, including those that appeared in foreign media have been speculative ones. Interestingly, just days after the media bought the engagement story, primarily based on a tweet by Bharat director Ali Abbas Zafar, came the news that Priyanka had signed a huge Hollywood film opposite none other than Chris Pratt. 

This  means she has two forthcoming  films to shoot for  Shonali Bose’s The Sky Is Pink and now  Cowboy Ninja Viking in the  next one  year. Where will she find the time for getting married?

Sources close to the Bharat unit say that the marriage idea was  insinuated  by  Ali Abbas Zafar when he  tweeted about Priyanka Chopra informing him about her exit  from the project in  the ‘Nick’ of time.

“But marriage?” a  close director-friend  of  the actress  laughs. “Do you think she is so foolish as to throw away her fabulous global career for marriage? She very clearly told  me there’s no marriage for another  two years.  Baqi jisko jo teer lagana ho lagate rahe (anyone who wants to shoot  in the dark is welcome to do so).”

A  close  friend  of  Salman  Khan describes Ali Abbas Zafar’s ‘Nick’ tweet as  a face-saving  device. “He wanted PeeCee to come out smelling like roses from the  exit controversy. So he  did this little mischief which completely backfired because  PeeCee didn’t leave Salman’s film for  marriage. She  left him  for  a film with Chris Patt.”

But strangely this is a situation where none of the parties concerned - Priyanka or Salman or even Ali - has suffered a loss as Katrina Kaif has walked into the role left open by PC's exit.