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Priyanka drops details regarding her potential project with Russo Brothers.

By Bombay Talkies 10 10, 2019 | 12:08 PM
Earlier this year, before the release of Avengers: Endgame, director Joe Russo had confirmed that he met Priyanka Chopra Jonas for a likely project. Presently, The actress has shed more light on the subject.
  Avengers: Endgame Director Joe Russo induced craze among Indians as he was in India not long ago during the movie's promotion in Taj Hotel at Mumbai. In the same event, he mentioned that he had met Priyanka Chopra Jonas for a possible project. Although the filmmaker announced that a likely project was in talks with the Quantico actress; however, he preferred to remain silent about the project during his visit to India while very little is known about the project. It has grabbed the media's attention once again in a recent interview with PeeCee.Meanwhile, there are reports that she could play the 16-year-old Pakistani-American Marvel Superhero Kamala Khan.

 Priyanka is currently busy in promotions for her next Bollywood film; The Sky Is Pink when she uncovered a few insights regarding her project with the Avengers: Endgame creators. Speaking with Latestly, the diva affirmed that the undertaking is an action thriller. Be that as it may, the actress played around the possibility of the project is either a motion picture or a series.

She went on to say, "We are in discussions. We have been talking about things and, hopefully...It's not gonna happen this year," unveiling she has other commitments lined up. "So, if it ends up happening, it will happen sometime next year. It is a real conversation," she stated. When questioned about the genre of the project, she said, "It is sort of action," before adding, "I didn't say it was a movie. I didn't say it was a series."