After dating for over three months, Priyanka Chopra and her beau Nick Jonas officially declared each other as 'Taken' last Saturday. The lovebirds made their engagement official with a roka ceremony, which was followed by a private engagement dinner bash at the Chopra residence that was attended by their near and dear ones. Priyanka's close pal Mushtaq Sheikh, who was a part of her engagement celebrations, recently took to his Instagram page to share a collage of photos featuring unseen moments from Priyanka-Nick's engagement party.
Check it out right away here.
When Priyanka's Love For Nick Reflected In Their Selfies Too
Mushtaq captioned the collage as, "That part of the night where my "patented" smile was deconstructed by two global stars.They came out with their own riffs, and they are yours to see. It is infectious to spend time in presence of such love. Whose smile should we try next." Priyanka couldn't take her eyes off Nick even when selfies were being clicked. Really, PeeCee is deeply in love with her man!
One For The Family
Here's one more unseen picture where Priyanka's mother Madhu Chopra is seen posing with Nick's father Kevin Jonas.
Priyanka-Nick To Get Married In Hawaii?
Since last few days, there are rumours doing the rounds that Priyanka and Nick will be tying the knot in Hawaii. However, PeeCee's mother quashed all these speculations and clarified that the couple has not decided on a date for the wedding as yet since both are busy with their respective work commitments.
Priyanka's Mom Wants A Traditional Wedding
Madhu Chopra told a leading daily, "I definitely want a traditional Indian wedding. That's my only wish. I started the roka with a puja, which is important to me. I'm a modern mother but at heart, I'm quite conservative."
When Priyanka's Mother Was All Praises For Nick
She also opened up about her future son-in-law Nick Jonas to the same leading daily and was quoted as saying, "Nick is calm and mature. He's a wonderful person and everyone in the family just loves him. He's so polite and respectful towards elders. What more can a mother want!"