A meme comparing Nick Jonas, and Indian actor, Govinda, recently surfaced the internet and the singer had an epic reaction.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are quite an Instagram couple – posting regularly and keeping the fans updated with their daily lives. The two tied the knot back in December 2018, after a few months of dating. The lavish ceremony took place at Umaid Bhavan Palace in Jodhpur and featured a Hindu as well as a Christian ceremony. Nick’s family, including now sister-in-law, Sophie Turner, were present at the wedding, dressed in traditional Indian dresses for the festivities. Needless to say, they all looked amazing.
Since then, the lovebirds have been dropping major “couple goals” with their PDA, exotic vacations and red-carpet appearances. The two are almost always together, supporting each other and sharing goofy videos.
Recently, the Indian actress shared a dubbed video of Nick dancing to the 90s song, “Meri pant bhi sexy” from the movie, ‘Dulaara’. The video is actually the music video of ‘Cool’ by Jonas Brothers, dubbed with the Indian song. Priyanka posted the clip on her Instagram story, with the caption, “Meri Pant Bhi Sexy feat. Nick Jonas”.
Not soon after, another picture of the “Jealous” singer has taken over the internet. The meme features a side by side picture of Nick and Govinda, wearing similar shiny outfits and yellow rimmed shades. The 26-year-old singer posted the meme on his Instagram story with the caption, “Accurate”, followed by an emoji wearing shades. LOL.
Nick Jonas is currently on the “Happiness Begins” tour with brothers Joe and Kevin. The group was recently in Toronto for their concert, however, had to cut short due to some technical difficulties – leaving the fans disappointed.
Priyanka, on the other, hand is busy with her upcoming movies. She’ll be seen in Shonali Bose’s ‘’The Sky is Pink”, alongside Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim. The movie is set to be released in October. The ‘Baywatch’ actress is also reported to star in a Netflix superhero film, ‘’We can be Heroes”, by Robert Rodriquez.