Priyanka Chopra shares bachelorette party photos

Priyanka Chopra shares bachelorette party photos

Priyanka Chopra shares bachelorette party photos

In the last week of October, Priyanka's friends and family hosted a bridal shower for the actress ahead of her wedding with pop singer Nick Jonas here.

The girls' weekend comes after Priyanka's opulent bridal shower, which took place at Tiffany & Co.in NY last month. In her bridal shower, many bigwigs marked their presence, now in the bachelorette, who'll grace the event is a big question filled with excitement. Her million dollar smile is the highlight of the photo.

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Priyanka had first hinted at the celebrations to come on Friday, when she shared a photograph on her Instagram Story of her dog sitting in a auto, which she captioned, "Bye Bye LA".

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas' wedding details are still under wraps but the actor has been keeping her fans updated with everything that has been happening on the personal as well as professional front. The photo quickly attracted her fans' reaction. In the picture, the stage seems all set with pale pink and golden balloons. Much like her bachelorette, Priyanka was dressed in white for her bridal shower as well.

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Rumor has it that Priyanka and Nick will be getting married in December in India and will be a mix of Indian and American wedding traditions.

On the work front, Priyanka is now pre-occupied with The Sky Is Pink shoot, her first Hindi film in two years.

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