First Pic: Priyanka Chopra And Nick Jonas At Their Roka

First Pic: Priyanka Chopra And Nick Jonas At Their Roka

Anjula Acharia, Priyanka Chopra's close friend who also manages the Quantico star, has reached Mumbai for the evening engagement party. Nick's parents, Denise and Kevin Jonas, are in Mumbai for the festivities - it's not clear who else is included in the ladkewale.

According to global media reports, the two got engaged over Priyanka's birthday last month.

In June, they arrived together in India on a short holiday where Nick was introduced to Priyanka's mother Madhu Chopra and her family members.

The couple will reportedly be throwing a party for their friends and family at her residence today in to celebrate their July engagement.

Priyanka Chopra or Nick Jonas have not officially announced their wedding to either the Indian or American media. The roka will likely be followed by a party this evening - the guest list is expected to include Ranveer Singh, Karan Johar and other celebrities.

On Friday night, Priyanka and Nick arrived at a Juhu five-star for quiet dinner with with their parents. (Photo: Varinder Chawla) Priyanka Chopra spotted at JW Mariott, Mumbai.

Priyanka and Nick met at the Met Gala in 2016 but their relationship rumours began in May this year.

The Jonas patriarch carried a big Tiffany & Co. bag in his hand. Nick's parents can be seen arriving in a vehicle. Both Nick and Priyanka can be seen engrossed in the ceremony. Though this is Nick's second visit to the country, it is the first time that the American singer's parents have come to the country. Parineeti Chopra, who accompanied Priyanka and Nick to Goa some months ago, was photographed at Mumbai airport earlier.

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