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Web series to be based on Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’ musical ceremony, to be released in 2020

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Actress Priyanka Chopra and her husband Nick Jonas will make a dance show series inspired by their music ceremony. Amazon Studios announced that an anonymous dance competition series based on their music project by Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra Jonas has been approved. This series is inspired by the Indian matrimonial tradition ‘Sangeet’.

About this, Priyanka said, “On the first anniversary of our wedding, we were watching the wedding music video again, the involvement of our family and friends brought the show to an event that we felt even after a year of marriage.

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At our wedding, both of our families came together to perform a sangeet. A performance (dance-off competition style) that celebrated our love story, one of the most unforgettable moments from a very special time in our lives. @nickjonas and I are excited to announce a new, currently untitled project (we’re still working on it!!) that celebrates the love and magic that comes from friends and family that join together through music and dance the night before a wedding. It’s our #SangeetProject ❤️❤️ Happy one year anniversary baby. It’s our first together We want to share this amazing experience with couples set to be wed. SO…if you're engaged to be married in the spring or summer next year (2020), we want to be part of the celebration and help you make it even more spectacular. #representationmatters #crosspollination #culturesblending Visit the link in bio, and we’ll have you dancing before you walk down the aisle! @amazonprimevideo @alfredstreetindustries

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However, casting related to the series has not been started yet. Its shooting will also be started from next year.

Let us tell you that Priyanka and Nick got married in the royal Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur last year. Their marriage ceremony lasted for three days. Both were married to Hindu and Christian customs.

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