When Pakistanis attacked Priyanka Chopra saying Nick Jonas married in the wrong country
Many Pakistanis think that international pop star Nick Jonas tied the knot in the wrong country. They posted nasty comments after he married Bollywood and international star Priyanka Chopra
Since the time Pakistani actress Mehwish Hayat shared a picture of her and Nick Jonas on social media, Pakistani fans of the stars have been excited to see them in one frame.
The picture was clicked at the US Open's Men's Semi-Final match between Rafael Nadal and Matteo Berrettini at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York.
Mehwish wrote, "Guess who I ran into at the US Open Men's Semi Finals in New York! One thing we both agreed on was that we were both rooting for @rafaelnadal !✌@nickjonas @usopen @emirates."
The picture garnered nasty comments targeting Nick Jonas' actress wife Priyanka Chopra. A few have said that the Sucker singer married in the wrong country. One wrote, "He must be thinking he married in the wrong country," another user penned, "Ask him is Priyanka done venting." Another user wrote "And when he got home, Priyanka vented to him "are you done embarrassing yourself"
Mehwish Hayat is the same actress from Pakistan who accused Priyanka Chopra of "encouraging nuclear war against Pakistan". In the piece written for CNN, Mehwish said Priyanka should not be using her voice to legitimise a regime opposed to the values she claims to represent. She had accused Priyanka Chopra of encouraging war despite being goodwill brand ambassador of the UN.
Priyanka on February 26 had taken to Twitter to congratulate the Indian Air Force after Indian fighter jets attacked the Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM)'s terrorist camp at Balakot in Pakistan. "Jai Hind #IndianArmedForces," Priyanka's tweet read.
Mehwish Hayat has been in the news for urging and slamming Bollywood and Hollywood films to stop stereotyping her country (Pakistan) and creating a negative image of them through movies. A few months ago, she even pointed out that the Alia Bhatt's song Prada by The Doorbeen was a copy of an old Pakistani song.