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Priyanka Chopra's love for classic Hindi music leaves her international fans 'Googled'


The actress landed in the city on Wednesday night, and seemed to be enjoying some old Hindi music with the Mumbai rains.

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Priyanka Chopra is back in Mumbai, if only for four days. The actress landed in the city late on Wednesday night to be greeted by a crowd of fans and the media. The actress has been away on international tours for a long time now, and will go back as soon as she finishes her work commitments in India.

It is being speculated that Chopra will meet Sanjay Leela Bhansali over discussions for their next project together.

Not that the actress was having an easy time on the flight. Having boarded late last night, the actress tweeted that she still had work to do on the flight. She wrote 'Why is it so much better to procrastinate than doing the work I'm supposed to be doing on a trans Atlantic flight!'

However, landing home did lighten the mood for the Quantico actress. She greeted her fans with the traditional 'namaste', but it was her Twitter feed that truly expressed what the actress was feeling.

On her Twitter, Chopra quoted a verse from the song 'Aaj Kal Paaon Zameen Par Nahi Padte' from the film, Ghar (1978).

While the actress was just humming the tunes of her heart, not many of her international fans were familiar with the song written by Gulzar. Naturally, most of them turned to the tried and tested Google for a translation.

In fact, the love of music continued as the actress reached home. Her last Instagram post has the actress relaxing on a rainy night, to another song 'Rehna Tu' from Delhi-6 (2009).

 

Rainy Mumbai nights...... my favourite Tujhe chaahoon jaisa hai tu.. Teri baarish mein bheegna chaahoon..

A post shared by Priyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra) on

With the perfect timing of her arrival coinciding with the rains, it looks like Chopra can finally put up her legs and relax after all the hardwork put in to win the accolades.