Priyanka returns home for 10 days, to finalise next Bollywood project

  • IANS, Mumbai
  • Updated: May 31, 2016 10:03 IST
Priyanka Chopra with her fans as she returns back from USA, in Mumbai on Thursday. (PTI)

Actor Priyanka Chopra returned home for 10 days after wrapping up the shooting of her Hollywood film Baywatch and television series Quantico and may decide on her next Hindi film in this duration.

“The shooting of Baywatch is done; all have packed-up. The film is completed and will release in May next year. The shooting of Quantico season 1 is completed. I have come home for 10 days and will go for Quantico’ season 2 in July,” Priyanka said at the Mumbai airport after returning from the US where she was shooting for Quantico and Baywatch.

Priyanka Chopra returns to Mumbai after completing her part of the Baywatch shoot in USA. (PTI)

She was accompanied by her Quantico co-star Yasmine Al Masri.

Priyanka has been in the US for the past 10 months shooting for her international projects. While she plays FBI agent Alex Parrish in Quantico, she plays negative character Victoria Leeds in Baywatch.

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Two other big accomplishments that happened in Priyanka’s life in the meanwhile, were featuring on the Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People and attending annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner hosted by US President Barack Obama.

Asked about her upcoming Hindi films, she replied: “Now that I have returned, I’ll decide what films I’ll do. I haven’t decided yet.” Her last Hindi film Jai Gangaajal did decent business at the box-office and there are reports of Priyanka being part of both of her Bajirao Mastani director Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s rumoured films - Gustakhiyaan and a period drama on Rani Padmavati.

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Rumours claim that Priyanka has been offered a film by Aditya Chopra, Boney Kapoor’s Sikhni and Abhinay Deo’s superwoman film. However, the projects are yet to be confirmed.

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