#TheSkyIsPinkTrailer: Twitter users are super-impressed with Priyanka Chopra Jonas' comeback

The Sky Is Pink director Shonali Bose says losing her son and making peace with it is what drew her to the film

The Sky Is Pink First Poster: Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar & Zaira Wasim Paint A Happy Picture!

The Shonali Bose directorial is the story of a family after their daughter, played by Wasim, is diagnosed with a terminal illness. The know-it-all actress also released three singles and soared up great heights in her music career.

Based on the true story of motivational speaker, Aisha Chaudhary who became a motivational speaker after being diagnosed with an immune deficiency order at the age of 13, the movie will be premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival 2019 on September 13. "In this family, insane doesn't skip a generation!"

Priyanka took to her Twitter page to share the official trailer.

Priyanka, whose Purple Pebble Pictures is co-producing The Sky Is Pink, took to Instagram where she shared a poster of the movie late on Wednesday. Zaira is seen playing the role of Aisha who tells the story of her parents from her perspective.

"The Sky Is Pink" marks the Bollywood comeback of Priyanka after a hiatus of nearly three years. "Presenting the trailer for #TheSkyIsPink- a film about love, made with so much of it!"

Ever introduced to a love story that makes you teary-eyed and yet hopeful? Further on, Priyanka came to be known as an global star as she paved her way into Hollywood starring as Alex Parrish in Quantico, an American thriller series. Farhan also shared another still from the flick in which he could be seen giving a piggyback ride to his co-star. Farhan Akhtar manages to do a decent job, which Rohit Saraf is a charm.

Sky is Pink is scheduled to release on October 11th.

Priyanka was seen in the Hollywood film Isn't It Romantic, starring Rebel Wilson, Liam Hemsworth, and Adam DeVine.

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