Here’s why Priyanka Chopra is in Mumbai now

Priyanka Chopra, who has been putting up in America since last year for her international projects, is now in Mumbai.

Published: 01st July 2016 11:18 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st July 2016 11:18 AM   |  A+A-

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NEW DELHI: Priyanka Chopra, who has been putting up in America since last year for her international projects, is now in Mumbai for quite some time.

One might think it to be a break for the 33-year-old actress, but that’s not so.

At the cover launch of Maxim in Mumbai yesterday, PeeCee spilled out the reason for her long-stay and that is ofcourse related to work.

“I can’t start doing any Hindi film till Quantico season 2 finishes. So I have luxury of time. Rather this is the reason why I have been spending so much time in Mumbai. I have been meeting a lot of filmmakers,” she said when media quizzed her about taking up Bollywood projects.

“Over the last two weeks I have been meeting some amazing filmmakers. I feel like working with each and every one of them,” added the ‘Quantico’ star.

Priyanka further spoke about her dilemma in picking up scripts as she has only “a certain chunk of time next year.”

“The problem is that I have a certain chunk of time next year and I have so many interesting scripts that now I don’t know how to pick right now. So now, I am in that point where I am being greedy,” she stated.

As of now, Priyanka, who is done with her Hollywood debut ‘Baywatch’ and ‘Quantico’ season one, will be going on floors with the second season of the American TV series on July 11.

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