Tuesday, September 21, 2021

‘Didn’t take it seriously when husband Nick Jonas started texting me’

A new promo of international star Priyanka Chopra Jonas’ upcoming interview with talk show host Oprah Winfrey, which is all set to air tomorrow, dropped on Friday.

Following the preview of the exciting guest list in Winfrey’s all-new ‘Super Soul’ series, discovery+, which is an entertainment streaming app, dropped the exclusive promo of intimate conversation between Winfrey and Priyanka. In the highly anticipated sit-down, she will be seen talking about her personal life and growing up as a child in India.

Answering Oprah about finding her voice during the COVID-19 pandemic by deciding to write a memoir at a very young age, and whether it was all that COVID time that led her to do so, Priyanka said, “I have to say a little bit of it had to do with that, but I had committed to writing the book in 2018, and in between all those flights and the little time I would get in all the hotel rooms that I would live I could just never write. But I had this time because of COVID and that helped me really delve deep.”

They then spoke about Priyanka’s fairytale love story with her husband Nick Jonas. Oprah mentioned that in her book it says that Priyanka thinks her mom “dreamed him up”.

To this Priyanka echoed Oprah’s words, that she was definitely “swept-ed” off her feet and added on by saying that, “I may have judged the book by the cover. I did not honestly take it very seriously when he was texting me. I was 35. I was, like, I want to get married. I want to have kids. He is, you know, in his 20s. I do not know that is something he would want to do.  Like I did that to myself for a while. Till I actually went out with him. And nothing surprised me more than him.”

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Praising her hubby, she continued, “He is such a self-assured man. So sensible. So excited about my achievements. My dreams. You know, such a true partnership that he offers me in — in everything that we do together. That I truly believe that my mom manifested him.”

Adding that “it is all so present”, she asked Priyanka whether she had a spiritual foundation growing up. To this Priyanka replied, “I think in India it’s hard not to, you’re right – with the swirling number of religions that we have that live within the country as well. I grew up in a convent school – when I went to school I was aware of Christianity, my dad used to sing in a mosque, (so) I was aware of Islam, I grew up in a Hindu family I was aware of that. So, spirituality is such a large part of India that you can’t ignore it.”

Speaking about missing her home, India, Priyanka said, “I just miss India. I have not been back since Holi last year and, you know, India’s my home and I just want to come back visit and smell it and live it and meet my friends and I also want to, you know, do a Hindi movie.”

In what seemed to be like an idyllic interview setting in Maui, this candid conversation was actually a transatlantic interview with Priyanka in London and Oprah in Hawaii. This intimate dialogue was made possible through cutting-edge technology, which will give audiences a deeper look into the life of India’s beloved international superstar.

‘Super Soul’ is based on OWN’s three-time Emmy Award-winning television series ‘Super Soul Sunday’. The critically acclaimed series delivering, timely, thought-provoking, eye-opening, and inspiring programming designed to help viewers awaken to their best selves and discover a deeper connection to the world around them.

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The series features conversations between Winfrey and top thinkers, authors, visionaries and spiritual leaders exploring themes and issues including happiness, personal fulfillment, spirituality, conscious living and what it means to be alive in today’s world.

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