Actress Parineeti Chopra has placed a $5 million shoe-hiding fee demand before American singer Nick Jonas, who will marry her actress cousin Priyanka Chopra soon.
Parineeti, who joined Priyanka on her bachelorette in Amsterdam, posted an Instagram image from a party.
Nick commented: “Wow she’s so beautiful. Any chance you could introduce me?”
Parineeti responded: “Nick Jonas, she is very hard to get! But I can try for you, if you agree to pay the $5 million dollar shoe-hiding fee!”
The hiding of the groom’s shoes is a fun part of some weddings in India. The bridesmaids then return the shoe to their brother-in-law in return of a token.
Priyanka and Nick got engaged earlier this year, after which the couple came down for a traditional Indian roka ceremony in Mumbai. The actress had a bridal shower recently and is now celebrating her bachelorette with her girl brigade.
She celebrated the party with actress-cousin Parineeti Chopra, heiress Isha Ambani and Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner among many others.
Priyanka shared a string of photographs from her bachelorette party. The first post has images only of the Mary Kom star, dressed in a short white dress with a feathery cape.
“Featherweight Champion of the world,” she captioned it.
The second post is all about her bridesmaids, who are dressed in red.
“Red, white and Bride!” Priyanka captioned the photograph, which featured Parineeti, Turner, Natasha Pal, and Isha Ambani among many others.
In the third photograph, Turner and Priyanka are seen sitting on a couch wearing sleep masks that reads — “Hungover”.
“The morning after,” the image was captioned.
Parineeti took to her own Instagram page to share a group photograph. She retained the caption “Red, white and bride” but added the hashtag, ‘PC’s bachelorette’.
Priyanka and Nick are reportedly getting married at Rajasthan’s Mehrangarh Fort in December. — IANS
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