Pakistani actress Mehwish Hayat had made it to the headlines some time back for accusing Bollywood of plagiarism. She had criticized Bollywood for its alleged hypocrisy and accused it of stealing Pakistani songs and her comment was a dig at Alia Bhatt’s song Prada that Twitter users mentioned had a few similarities with a Pakistani song. Now, Hayat ran into Priyanka Chopra’s husband Nick Jonas and the two even posed for a picture. Earlier, Mehwish wrote an opinion piece for CNN titled 'The Problem With Priyanka Chopra' which was against the Bollywood beauty. Now, the Mehwish has shared a picture with Priyanka's husband, so much for hypocrisy! 

Nick Jonas is currently busy with his Happiness Begins tour. Even so, he took out time for the tennis match and attended the men's semi-final of the US Open. Mehwish Hayat took to Twitter to share a picture of herself with Nick Jonas and mentioned that both of them were rooting for Nadal. She wrote, “Guess who I ran into at the US Open Men's Semi-Finals in New York! One thing we both agreed on was that we were both rooting for @rafaelnadal @nickjonas @usopen @emirates”. Nick and Mehwish posed for the picture and the actress looks visibly excited to have bumped into Nick. Twitterati soon started making comparisons between Priyanka Chopra and Mehwish Hayat. Take a look at the picture here:

On Sunday, Rafael Nadal won the US Open finals, however, Nick Jonas might not have been able to attend the exciting match as he was busy performing at Grand Rapids city in Michigan on Sunday. 

Nick Jonas’ birthday falls a week from now, i.e, September 16, and looks like he will be celebrating his birthday with his fans as the Jonas brother will be performing in Saint Paul in Minnesota. A few days ago, Nick Jonas’ wife Priyanka Chopra was also spotted attending the US Open along with her mother Madhu Chopra.

Image Source: Twitter/MehwishHayat
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