Nick Jonas is leaving not a single chance to live up to the title of Nation's favourite Jiju. The American singer, who married our Desi Girl Priyanka Chopra in December last year, has been leaving no stone unturned to endorse our song-and-dance routine. Priyanka on the other hand, after promoting her film The Sky Is Pink in different cities of India, has reunited with Nick in New York. It’s been quite some time since Nick Jonas is making headlines for altogether different reasons. The American singer has been posting videos of himself grooving to different Bollywood tracks before going on stage.

After Ayushmann Khurrana’s Morni Banke, Nick Jiju has chosen sister-in-law Parineeti Chopra’s song from her last film, Jabariya Jodi. The Sucker singer can now be seen grooving to the dancing Khadke glassy. Earlier, Nick had posted the video on his Insta story and now Parineeti has taken to her Instagram to post a similar video. In the caption, Parineeti said that Nickster has done it better than the featured actors- Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra.

Captioning the video, Pari wrote, “When Nickster does it better than Sid and I did in our film @nickjonas @sidmalhotra #KhadkeGlassy” Commenting on the video, Peecee said, “Amazing! Haha

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Earlier speaking about his nature of dancing to Bollywood music before going on stage, Peecee told Bombay Times, “He is a complete Punjabi! He listens to Bollywood music before going on stage. He keeps listening to music on a Hindi radio channel. He calls it his ‘hype music’. His dressing room has Bollywood music playing all the time. He just fell in love with India right from the time he visited the country.”

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