The Sky Is Pink Trailer: Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar's Love Story Finds A 'Scoundrel' In Zaira Wasim -
The Sky Is Pink Trailer: Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar's Love Story Finds A 'Scoundrel' In Zaira Wasim
Posted 10 Sep 2019 01:15 PM

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The Sky Is Pink is the romantic tale of Aditi (Priyanka Chopra) and Niren (Farhan Akhtar), as told by their girl Aisha (Zaira Wasim).The much-anticipated trailer of The Sky Is Pink is out and it will make you grin and cry simultaneously. The Shonali Bose-coordinated film highlights Priyanka Chopra and Farhan Akhtar in lead jobs while Zaira Wasim, the storyteller of the film, plays their onscreen little girl Aisha, who is passing on as a result of Busulfan Lung Damage. For Aisha, her folks' (whom she adoring calls Panda and Moose) romantic tale resembles no other and her record-breaking top pick. Be that as it may, she depicts herself as the 'reprobate' in their romantic tale. Aditi (Priyanka Chopra) and Niren (Farhan) are really frantically profoundly enamored and they are living cheerfully with their two youngsters until Aisha is determined to have the lethal ailment. They self-destruct and rejoin commonly during the testing times and that structures the plot of The Sky Is Pink.went on floors a year ago and it has been shot over an assortment of areas. Be that as it may, the significant areas of the film have been shot in Mumbai, Delhi and London. The movie has been coordinated by Shonali Bose and it will together be delivered by Priyanka Chopra and Roy Kapur films.

The film will feature the narrative generally inspirational orator and creator Aisha Chaudhary, who was determined to have a terminal disease. Discussing her relationship with the undertaking, Priyanka Chopra prior stated, "The Sky Is Pink is a story that I associated with from the moment I heard it and in Shonali's grasp, it's been made into a moving, delightful film that will restore our confidence in affection and life. It's what drove me to not just assume the difficult job of Aditi Chaudhary yet additionally to co-produce it."

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