Priyanka Chopra shares a laugh with daughter Malti; Alia watches Brahmastra for the 1st time with Ranbir and Ayan

    Ahead of their film’s release, director Ayan Mukerji and his lead stars Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor watched Brahmastra together for the first time last night. They also shared a good news for fans!


    Happily married power couple Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas welcomed their daughter Malti Marie Chopra Jonas into the world earlier this year. The proud parents shared the news with their fans and even uploaded pictures of their baby girl. But they always kept her face hidden with cute emojis. Well, in her latest Instagram story, PeeCee shares a laugh with her adorable daughter as she held her up in the air in her hands. Malti Marie’s tiny face is covered with a white heart in this post, with a sweet message written at the bottom by her mommy which reads ‘My whole ❤️’.

    While Priyanka is spending quality time with her daughter, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor joined their director Ayan Mukerji last night. The three of them attended a special screening along with the whole crew of their upcoming film Brahmastra , which was hosted by makers in Mumbai. Much to our delight, Alia has now shared a video giving us a glimpse of the theatre they visited while the title of their movie shines on the silver screen. The actress revealed that this is the first time ever that they are watching Brahmastra together.

    Alia, Ayan and Ranbir then went on to share some special news. The director revealed, “This is a huge moment for us to be seeing the film finally complete in this form. As we were all together we decided that one day before release, the way we wanted to put the film out in the world is to really watch it with the audiences that the film was made for.” The team has decided to hold a special screening for fans on Thursday, one day prior to the release. Ranbir chimed in to add that this special fan screening, held in Mumbai, is on 8th September, and reminded us how 8 is his lucky number.

    Well, this is pretty cool. Even before release, the team will get an idea of what the audiences think about Brahmastra! Do you think it’s a good plan?