Updated: July 17, 2018 7:12:49 am
After a quick visit to India to kickstart her Bollywood project, Priyanka Chopra had flown back to New York to wrap up the much-awaited Hollywood project Isn’t It Romantic. And, it seems the last day on the sets was nothing less than a party for the entire cast and crew. Priyanka even shot for a fun song as we see her dancing and laughing out loud in the latest set photos.
The actor shared a photo on her Instagram profile where we see the entire star cast of the film. Apart from the Desi Girl, the photo has Rebel Wilson, Liam Hemsworth and Andy Bovine among others.
Rebel took to Instagram and shared a photo along with a long note. She wrote, “Second last day of shooting ISN’T IT ROMANTIC in New York with our leader @straussschulson and producer Gina Matthews x These guys are so talented, I’m so lucky to have them in my movie. Liam’s a stud muffin obviously, who’s so funny too! Priyanka crushes everything she does whilst looking impeccable at all times. Adam is just the best (Fat Amy & Bumper 4 ever) and I respect him so much and adore working with him. Just announced Emmy Nominee Betty is just a phenomenally talented person who is also the sweetest and Brandon will have you dying laughing and needs to be in 100 more films so please look out for that handsome guy xx”
Liam also shared a photo and wrote, “Had the best time filming with this bunch! A truly great group of people. So many laughs. Can’t wait for everyone to see it next year on valentines weekend!”
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Isn’t It Romantic is an upcoming American romantic comedy directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson and written by Erin Cardillo, Dana Fox, Katie Silberman and Paula Pell.
The film will head to the theatres on February 14 next year.
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