News WrapGet Handpicked Stories from our editors directly to your mailbox

Priyanka Chopra falls ill after returning to Mumbai

Reportedly, the actress is in Mumbai to shoot for a Hindi film, which would be based on the life of late astronaut Kalpana Chawla.   

Priyanka Chopra falls ill after returning to Mumbai
Image Courtesy: Instagram

New Delhi: Actress Priyanka Chopra, who recently returned to Mumbai after wrapping up her America television series 'Quantico' has fallen ill. However, she seems to be enjoying the time in the company of her mother Madhu Chopra who also happens to be unwell. 

The actress shared a selfie with her mom and captioned it as, "When you're sick together you stick together..."

Priyanka Chopra

Looking at the photo, one can easily guess that the mother-daughter duo is spending some quality time together. In the meantime, Priyanka will reportedly be next seen in an untitled film, which is a biopic on Kalpana Chawla. Priyanka had been considering many scripts for her comeback in Bollywood. A daily report claimed that she has signed a movie project, which would be based on the life of Kalpana Chawla and the actress will begin shooting for it from next month onwards. 

However, there has been no official confirmation about the same from the actress or the makers.

Priyanka was last seen in Prakash Jha's 'Jai Gangaajal' in 2016, which had her playing a tough cop, had bombed at the Box Office. 

Recently, there was a buzz that Priyanka will star opposite Aamir Khan in 'Salute'. However, all the speculations ended after Mr Perfectionist walked out of the project. According to latest updates, Shah Rukh Khan has taken up the project and the makers are yet to finalise the female lead for the film. 

Reports also did round that Priyanka was signed in for Ali Abbas Zafar's 'Bharat' opposite Salman Khan. And if this comes out to true, the duo will unite on the silver screen after a gap of 10 years. The two have appeared in movies like 'Mujhse Shaadi Karogi', 'Salaam-e-Ishaq: A Tribute to Love' and 'God Tusi Great Ho'.