In August 2020, actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas had made a declaration about the completion of her biography and during February 2021, Unfinished: A Memoir finally rolled out, making international beauty the main attraction all over the web. PeeCee had shared a few unheard episodes of her life in her memoir.
In addition, she also shared some beautiful films from her memory lane in her special book that has amazed her buffs and admirers. In just a period of 12 hours of being accessible for pre-order, the Desi Girl’s book had turned out to be the best seller on Amazon in the US.
While expressing thanks towards everyone for their love and taking her to the top in the US, Priyanka tweeted, “Thank you all for taking us to number 1 in the US in less than 12 hours! I hope you all love the book.”
From the super-special hints of her lovely moments that got shared in her book, Unfinished: A Memoir, the most cutest and special ones were Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas’ griha pravesh ceremonial.
Priyanka and Nick had shifted to their new home in LA during the quarantine period as stated by the super star herself, "Moving into our new house during quarantine was unusual, but we made the best of it, including a Griha Pravesh (house-warming) ceremony."
Putting on a white one-sleeved kurta that she matched with an orange dupatta draped around her head, the actress held a kalash with her hands whereas Nick accompanied holding a puja ki thali.
Releasing the cover of her book, Unfinished: A Memoir, Priyanka Chopra Jonas captioned the picture as “Ironically, I named this memoir years before I started writing it. Having been a public person now for 20 years, with so much life to live and a long list of things to check off my list personally and professionally, I am very much #Unfinished. BUT the funny thing about writing a memoir is that it forces you to look at things differently, reconciling so many things you thought you had put to bed. In doing so I’ve realized that being ’unfinished’ has deeper meaning for me, and has in fact been one of the most common threads of my life.”