Priyanka Chopra’s next Bollywood film has been a puzzle for at some point now. The on-screen character, who was in the USA for almost 8 months, came back to Mumbai a week ago. After her last spell in Bollywood with “Jai Gangaajal”, Priyanka was concentrating on her American show “Quantico” and her Hollywood debut film “Baywatch”.
In the event that reports doing the rounds are anything to pass by, then actress to role the part of astronaut Kalpana Chawla in a biopic directed by a newcomer, Priya Mishra. The biopic was declared by Viacom 18 a year ago, however the cast was not finalized then.
At that point a few reports expressed that Priyanka wants to produce the biopic under her banner Purple Pebble Pictures. In any case, it is currently learnt that new production house will produce the film. “The film will be mounted on a international scale. Another new production company, Getway is probably going to produce the biopic,” a source was cited by Mid Day.
Priyanka Chopra affirmed the news to a main newspaper saying, “I have been taking a shot at it for as long as seven years. A new production banner will back the project. I was last heading a TV channel creatively and post 2011, quit to seek after filmmaking. This is one of the two scripts that I have composed.”
Priyanka Chopra has additionally met Kalpana’s parents a few times as a feature of her research for the film.
“The film will be mounted on a global scale. A new production company, Getway, is probably going to produce the biopic,” the newspaper cited a source as saying.
Kaplana Chawla was the first Indian lady astronaut in space. She initially flew on Space Shuttle Columbia in 1997 as a mission specialist and primary robotic arm operator. In 2003, Chawla was one of the seven group individuals who died in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. She spent 31 days, 14 hours and 54 minutes in space.
In the interim, Priyanka Chopra has returned from the US subsequent to shooting for the second period of her network show ‘Quantico’. She is at present in the city to advance her Hollywood introduction film ‘Baywatch’.