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Farhan Akhtar and Priyanka Chopra who are gearing up for the release of their next outing 'The Sky Is Pink' expressed happiness over 'Gully Boy's' Oscar entry.

Priyanka Chopra is back home in Mumbai and is currently on a promotion spree for her upcoming film 'The Sky Is Pink'. .The film also stars Farhan Akhtar, Zaira Wasim and Rohit Saraf in key roles is slated for its release on 11th October.

On being asked if she and the 'Jonas Brothers' singer plan to have kids in the future, she replied with a huge smile on her face, "Hopefully, if god blesses us with them."

"The light of my life. Every day with you is better than the last. You deserve all the happiness in the world. Thank you for being the most generous loving man I have ever met. Thank you for being mine. Happy birthday Jaan. I love you, Nick Jonas," read the message on the actor's Instagram handle.

An elated actor thanked Aditi and Niren Chaudhary, parents of Aisha Chaudhary, on whose life's true story the movie is based.

'The Sky Is Pink' marks the Bollywood comeback of Priyanka after a hiatus of almost three years. It is co-produced by Priyanka, Ronnie Screwvala and Siddharth Roy Kapur.

The actor revealed that she was shooting for her upcoming Bollywood movie 'The Sky Is Pink' four days before their wedding and that things got emotional one day when the singer visited the sets of the film.

In the video, Anupam is all things funky while PeCee can be heard crooning the song and supporting her singer husband Nick Jonas by cheering for him.

The actress was slammed by many including Pakistan's Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari who among others penned open letters and signed petitions to urge UNICEF to remove the Bollywood actress for her alleged "hypocrisy".

Detailing the false narrative maintained by Pakistan in the aftermath of the abrogation of Article 370, the letter went on to say, "Ms Chopra has publicly endorsed this Indian government position and also supported the nuclear threat issued to Pakistan by the Indian Defence Minister."