Priyanka Chopra’s engagement: Nick Jonas lands in India with parents

Sources say Priyanka and Nick plan to exchange rings in presence of their family members, tomorrow.

Priyanka Chopra is making headlines again. And this time, it's for her formal engagement with Nick Jonas.

On Sunday, we brought you the story that this official ceremony is round the corner. And lo! It's happening tomorrow (Saturday, August 18) the latest whispers suggest.

Nick Jonas has just landed in Mumbai and alongside, Priyanka's Juhu house is lit up and a lot of decoration is happening. At the time of going online, we also hear that Nick's family too has arrived.

Rumour has it, or it's just the web play, that Priyanka and Nick plan to exchange rings in presence of their family members, tomorrow.


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Priyanka's relationship with Nick has raised a lot of eyebrows--- but every time one hears that it is getting only stronger. We like when there's true love and we are very happy for Priyanka if she has found her Mr Right. So congratulations, Priyanka if indeed on Saturday, you and Nick will be fiancee and fiancee!

The couple in question is believed to have been already engaged as Priyanka has been flaunting her engagement ring, since the past 2-3 days. Lekin woh kehte hain--- Jo reeti rivaaz hote hain, woh toh nibhaane padenge hi.

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