August 17, 2016 2:44:29 pm
Alia Bhatt, alleged beau Sidharth Malhotra, Karan Johar, Katrina Kaif, Varun Dhawan, Parineeti Chopra and Badshah, phew now that really is a Dream Team. The Bollywood stars are at present touring the US and keeping the audience — as well as us — completely entertained.
After regaling their fans at Houston and San Hose, the Dream Team seems to have taken a pit stop with none other than our Desi Girl abroad, Priyanka Chopra. While Priyanka is not joining the fab team on stage, she did treat them to some fabulous food and conversation. Varun Dhawan took to social media to share his picture with Priyanka and we could also see Parineeti and Aditya Roy Kapur. Missing from the frame were Katrina, Karan, Sidharth and Alia.
However, Bollywoodlife wrote that the Quantico star has other plans for the Dream Team. She has reportedly invited them to her New York home and will also take them to the Quantico sets. Priyanka also shared an adorable selfie with Parineeti earlier and it seems the sisters are having a great time together.
Parineeti had performed to Priyanka’s Desi Girl to a lot of acclaim. Meanwhile, the behind-the-scenes being shared by stars are as interesting as their performances on the stage. We have seen the whole team dancing to Kaala Chashma, Alia Bhatt twerking and Aditya silently dancing.
And in case you were wondering what the Dream Team is doing on stage in the US, here goes, Varun Dhawan is dancing to Salman Khan’s hits, Alia Bhatt is singing Main Tenu Samjhawan, Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif are dancing to Kala Chashma and Badshah is singing all his hits.
Meanwhile, this lovely selfie of Parineeti and Priyanka…
And the new Desi Girl…
And in case you were missing the real Desi Girl…
And just one more…
See, there really ain’t anybody like Priyanka Chopra!
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