Parineeti Chopra has treated fans to new photos from her “Mimi Didi” Priyanka Chopra’s 40th birthday bash. Priyanka celebrated her birthday with family, including husband Nick Jonas, mother Madhu Chopra and friends in Mexico. Parineeti has given us a glimpse into Priyanka’s birthday at the beach, which was all about “hugs, laughter, jet lag, tacos and the oceans”. For the morning celebrations, the Chopra sisters can be seen in stylish, breezy beach outfits – Priyanka looks stunning in a yellow combo, while Parineeti looks pretty in a short white strappy dress. For the evening bash, Priyanka can be seen in a royal blue thigh-high split dress while Parineeti beats in a shimmering short dress.
Parineeti Chopra shared the dump of birthday photos, captioning it as: “It was a whirlwind of 48 hours of pure partying, jet lag, tacos, hugs, laughter and the ocean! It will take a week to recover and a lifetime to forget! Happy day for the world’s desi girl but my mimi didi I love you.”
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On Saturday, Priyanka Chopra shared several photos from her 40th birthday. Along with the images, she wrote a long note thanking everyone, especially her husband Nick Jonas, for making her day “memorable”. She wrote: “Just a girl and her birthday crew! So grateful and grateful to be surrounded by so much love and to be able to spend time with my loved ones. (Although many of them came from very far). The most incredible celebrations, until planned and executed to perfection by my @nickjonas words are not enough to thank you for the most memorable birthday…you really know how to love baby i am a happy girl i am so touched by all the birthday love that I received this year. The sweet DMs, surprises, phone calls, texts and big hugs made the day even more beautiful and made me feel very special. Thank you everyone who contacted it means the world. Here’s to it beginning of the rest of my life. Grateful and blessed”.
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Meanwhile, Parineeti Chopra was last seen at work in the sports biopic saina. She will then be featured in Ribhu Dasgupta’s self-titled en uuncha.