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Priyanka Chopra is currently on a promotional spree of her upcoming film, The Sky Is Pink. The actress is leaving no stone unturned to promote the film across India. After giving multiple interviews in Mumbai, PeeCee dashed off to Ahmedabad followed by Jaipur and now the actress is in the capital city. Priyanka along with Rohit Saraf and director Shonali Bose are currently in Delhi for the promotional activity of The Sky Is Pink. Before starting to roll with the promotions, the makers held the screening of the film at the Toronto International Film Festival. Not to forget, we had brought you pictures and videos from TIFF.
After making her fans groove with her on Dandiya tunes in Ahmedabad, Priyanka Chopra, and Rohit Saraf arrived in Delhi to meet some college students. The Quantico actress shared a video from their Delhi promotions and called their love, ‘overwhelming’. She captioned the video as, “So overwhelmed by all the love #AmityNoida! Thank you all for coming out.. I can still hear your roar... so excited that you’re excited to watch our movie. Sending you all out love and see you at the theatres on Oct 11!! #TheSkyIsPink. Thank you दिल्ली! 💕 #delhi” Wearing floor-length gown, PeeCee also shook a leg with co-star Rohit Saraf. Watch the video below:
The Sky Is Pink is based on a real-life story of 13 years old girl Ayesha Chaudhary. Priyanka plays the role of her mother Aditi Chaudhary. Earlier talking about her character, PeeCee told Mumbai Mirror, “I have played real-life people in the past, but with Aditi Choudhary everything you see in this film is verbatim from them. There is so much reality to their lives that the responsibility of portraying it shook me. I derived so much from Aditi – who she is, what she felt and everything she went through, what they as a family stood for. I delved into her soul, asked a million questions and stuck by her.’’