After Priyanka Chopra's Exit, This 'Actress' Wants To Be Cast In Bharat

An actress wants to apply for the role of Priyanka Chopra, who has made a sudden exit from Salman Khan’s Bharat. Here’s who she is and what she has to say...

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After Priyanka Chopra's Exit, This 'Actress' Wants To Be Cast In Bharat

An actress wants the makers of Bharat to consider her as the leading actress of the film after Priyanka Chopra opted out, last minute. Well, she isn’t some A-Lister but our very own Gutthi aka Dr. Mashoor Gulati aka Sunil Grover. Taking to social media, Sunil Grover posted a video of himself dressed up as a lady, named Nancy, requesting the makers of the film to consider her at PeeCee’s place.

He captioned the video as, “Application For Vacancy in ‘Bharat’ @aliabbaszafar”. Check out the video:

Yesterday morning, Bollywood fans woke up to the shocking news of Priyanka Chopra walking out from Ali Abbas Zafar’s Bharat co-starring Salman Khan and Disha Patani, courtesy her reported marriage plans with beau Nick Jonas. Then, reports of her already being engaged hit the Internet. A while back, we told you how the producers of the film are miffed with Priyanka for this sudden drop-out. They have called her decision, ‘unprofessional’.

Meanwhile, according to a report in a foreign magazine, pop singer, Nick Jonas has already put ring on the Quantico actress, Priyanka Chopra’s finger and the couple is planning to tie the knot sometime around October. It all happened, when her beau Nick Jonas shut down an entire Tiffany's store to pick Priyanka Chopra's ring, said reports. Priyanka and Nick, who spent former’s birthday in London with Nick's brother Joe Jonas and his girlfriend, Game Of Thrones star Sophie Turner, became even more special when he popped the ‘question’ to her. A source close to the couple told People magazine, “They are so happy...His friends and family have never seen him like this, and they're all really excited for him. He's definitely very serious about her."

And about Sunil Grover’s video, looks like we have many applications in line, already.