New Delhi: Priyanka Chopra is back to film sets after being under quarantine for over 7 months. The actress has started shooting for her upcoming Hollywood film, The Matrix 4 in Europe.
In a recent interview, Priyanka opened up about how the covid-19 lockdown treated her. She said that she got to spend quality time with her husband Nick Jonas which they both usually don't, thanks to their busy schedule.
She underlined that she learnt new things about her husband during their isolation period and jokingly said that she still likes him after spending so much time with him.
"I still like him after spending so much time with him. (laughs) It feels great. We would have never have as much with each other as we got during this quarantine. It only took a global pandemic to align our schedules together. We had moved into a new house so we had time to do it up together," she said.
Talking about her memoir, Unfinished, Priyanka said, “Because I have left a lot of things unfinished in my life and at the same time I feel that there is a lot more that I want to do. I think it’s okay to leave things behind and to move on the trajectory of your life changes. People beat themselves up a lot about where they are going to go and the plans they have made, this was just me introspecting on having done this for almost 20 years, about where I want to go as a woman, as a human being and as someone who is ambitious.”
Priyanka was talking to Today’s Hoda and Jenna from the set of The Matrix 4 and shared that she and Nick have shifted to their new home.
Meanwhile, Priyanka have a number of projects lined up for next two years. She is currently shooting for The Matrix 4 which stars Keanu Reeves in the lead role. The actor recently dropped the first look of her role from the Netflix film The White Tiger which stars Rajkummar Rao opposite her.
Priyanka has also signed a multi-dollar deal with Amazon Prime Videos and will be seen in its upcoming multi-series Citadel. In the series, she will co-star Game of Thrones and Bodyguard fame Richard Madden.