Priyanka Quits Salman's Film For Hollywood Star

Irene MckinneyAug 01, 2018

Priyanka Chopra has been picked as the female lead for the film adaptation of comic book Cowboy Ninja Viking, according to a new report.

And it looks as though Priyanka is going to be pretty busy this year too with a wedding to plan, as she has just got engaged to Nick Jonas. The real reason why actress Priyanka Chopra opted out of Bollywood Megastar Salman Khan's film is a Hollywood movie. "The Quantico star will play the love interest of Pratt in the big-budget tentpole". The actress reportedly beat out a slew of other actresses for the role following a successful chemistry test with Pratt. The movie page on IMDB already has Chopra's name listed in the credits. The hard-edged actioner laced with attitude is based on the Image Comics graphic novel by AJ Lieberman and illustrator Riley Rossmo. Details of Chopra's role have yet to be confirmed.

Keep watching this space for more new updates on Bharat. "Such things happen in our industry". Director Ali Abbas Zafar had shared a glimpse of Salman recently. "It was a little unprofessional of her to do it so suddenly". He contacted me and said 'Goldfish, I'm gonna send you a script. To paraphrase, he wrote: "A attractive and cultured girl whose name is Katrina Kaif". Produced by Atul Agnihotri's Reel Life Productions and Bhushan Kumar's T-Series, it will release on Eid 2019. She will be collaborating with Ali Abbas - with whom she has done Tiger Zinda Hai and Mere Brother Ki Dulhan earlier - and her co-actor of many films, Salman Khan.

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