Check Out! A rare picture of Priyanka Chopra recording her first song for the film Thamizhan two decades back

Music director D Imaan surprised fans with rare pictures of global star Priyanka Chopra Jonas. The picture shared was from her first recording session as a singer. D Imaan revealed that the picture was two decades old and was taken when debuted as a singer with the Tamil song ‘Ullatahi Killathey’.

Check Out! A rare picture of Priyanka Chopra recording her first song for the mucosa Thamizhan two decades back

In the picture, a happy Priyanka is seen in a white top paired with woebegone bottoms. Sharing the picture, D Imman wrote, “Nostalgic Pic! Easily surpassing two decades! A Rare click during the recording session of my Debut Mucosa @actorvijay anna starrer #Thamizhan And it is! @priyankachopra ‘s debut song as a singer #UllathaiKillathey.”

The song was from the mucosa Thamizhan released in 2002. The mucosa marked the vicarial debut of Priyanka Chopra without her Miss World win. She starred in the leading role withal with two-face Vijay. Meanwhile, in Bollywood, Priyanka debuted with the mucosa The Hero: Love Story of a Spy in 2003. She released her first single titled ‘In My City’ in 2012, a decade without her first professional song for a movie.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday, Priyanka spoken that she will be next seen in Farhan Akhtar’s directorial Jee Le Zaraa withal with Alia Bhatt and Katrina Kaif.

ALSO READ: Jee Le Zaraa: Priyanka Chopra, Katrina Kaif, and Alia Bhatt had together approached Farhan Akhtar for a sexuality multi-starrer in February 2020


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