Jonas Brothers' Documentary Chasing Happiness' Trailer Features Priyanka Chopra In A Cameo Role

Jyotis |May 13, 2019

Nick Jonas' wife, Priyanka Chopra appears in the trailer of his upcoming documentary named Chasing Happiness, marking the comeback of Jonas Brothers.

On February, 28th, 2019, the music lovers all around the world were overwhelmed by the stunning comeback of Kevin, Joe, and Nick Jonas with the hit Sucker after a long hiatus. The music video now gets nearly 130,000,000 views on Youtube and keeps the highest positions on record charts. It has been six years since Jonas' disband, but it looks like there has been no farewell among the trio.

According to The Sun, "After enjoying solo music success and taking time to work on passion projects, they feel that now is the right time to get back together."

The Jonas Brothers mark their comeback with the documentary titled Chasing Happiness which bases on the whole journey of the trio from their childhood until becoming a phenomenon of the music industry.

The trailer opens with their never-told-before lives of the Jonases in New Jersey till the moment they sign a contract with Disney and follow their dream. Nick ends the trailer: “I’d rather we be brothers and not have our band dictate our relationship." Especially, Chasing Happiness trailer has the appearance of two high-profile stars Priyanka Chopra and Sophie Turner. Nick's and Joe's wives play some cameo in the documentary. Interestingly, the trailer also features some scenes of Nick and Priyanka's wedding.

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Reportedly, the A Kid Like Jake star is collaborating with Amazon Studios in another project. "I met Nick through Priyanka and they sent me the video. We are doing something with Priyanka also, which we have not announced yet," Amazon's head Jenifer Salke told in an interview.

On the work front, besides her husband's project, Priyanka is working on three movies released in 2019. Namely, Isn't It Romantic, Hira Mandi, and The Sky Is Pink.

This must-awaited documentary directed by John Llyod Taylor will be premiered on Amazon Prime Video worldwide on June 4, 2019.


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