Watch Deepika-Priyanka in a ‘Pinga’ dance-off at Nickyanka’s wedding reception

We got our perfect Bajirao Mastani throwback when Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra had a dance-off on the song Pinga at Priyanka Chopra-Nick Jonas’ reception. While Dippy and Peecee looked the perfect dance partners matching each other’s step and even helping each other to remember the moves, the icing on the cake was our very own Bajirao, Ranveer Singh who was imitating wife Deepika’s steps throughout the performance.

Check out the hilarious video below where you can see the Bajirao Mastani trio burn the dance floor.


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For the reception night, Priyanka wore an Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla’s lehenga. The Pink and white lehenga was hand embroidered with tiny, organza and chiffon flowers encrusted with crystals and bugle beads as accents. Deepika on the other hand opted for her favorite Sabyasachi creation. The Padmaavat actress wore a lavish, yet austere zardosi lehenga, entirely hand-embellished with burnt salma, sitara and zardosi on tea-stained antique gold tissue.

Apart from Deepika and Ranveer, the who’s who of Bollywood graced Priyanka and Nick’s wedding reception. Celebrities like Sanjay Dutt, Anushka Sharma, Katrina Kaif, Shahid Kapoor, A R Rahman, Urmila Matondkar, Sara Ali Khan and Janhvi Kapoor among others made to the reception. However it was Salman’s appearance at NickYanka’s reception which raised many eyebrows owing to their rift during Bharat.

For those uninitiated, Salman was not happy with Priyanka’s sudden decision to quit Bharat when the film was just few days away to go on floors. Salman in his recent interviews also expressed his displeasure towards the Desi girl by saying that how it was unprofessional on her part to inform about the decision last moment. But with Salman attending Priyanka’s reception, all of this is definitively a talk of past.

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