Priyanka Chopra Reveals One Rule In Her Marriage To Nick Jonas
Our ‘national jiju‘ Nick Jonas has taken to Indian culture wonderfully,…
Our ‘national jiju‘ Nick Jonas has taken to Indian culture wonderfully, Priyanka Chopra has revealed in her latest interview. The actress has just completed shooting for her film, Text For You in London and was asked if cultural differences or the 10-year age gap between the two were ‘hurdles’ during the relationship.
“Nick took to India like a fish to water. But just like a normal couple, you have to understand each other’s habits and what each other likes. So it’s more of an adventure than trying to figure out hurdles. None of it was really that hard,” Priyanka Chopra said in an interview with The Sunday Times when asked if the 10-year age gap between 28-year-old Nick Jonas was a bigger hurdle or the “gap to bridge than any cultural differences”.
Our favourite desi girl, Priyanka Chopra has revealed the one rule that she and husband Nick Jonas have in their marriage. No matter where they are in the world or what they are doing, every three weeks, the couple make it a point to meet each other.
“We see each other every three weeks. Wherever we are in the world, we fly to each other at least once a month for a couple of days. It was our rule when we first got married. Otherwise we’d never see each other,” the actress told Elle UK.
“Our teams also had to get married! They have to talk to each other like, ‘I am scheduling her here. No, we can’t do it… This is when we’re free… We have to move this.’ It’s like a big marriage. It’s not just us but our families and teams, too,” she added.
The actress plays Rajkummar Rao’s wife in the movie which also stars actor Adarsh Gourav. The White Tiger has earned mixed to good reviews ever since it hit theatres.
“The White Tiger is a tale of beating the steepest odds, and for much of the film Bahrani is in full, boisterous command as a storyteller,” writes Owen Gleiberman for Variety.
“A zestful epic blessed with rapier wit, casually dazzling dialogue, gorgeous cinematography (by Paolo Carnera) and, at the center of it all, a sensational star turn,” wrote Joe Morgenstern for the Wall Street Journal.