Priyanka Chopra turns ‘White Tiger,’ and her dog into her cub

Following the massive success of her Netflix film, actor-singer Priyanka Chopra Jonas turned into “a white tiger” and turned her dog Diana into “her cub”.

The ‘Baywatch’ actor took to Instagram to drop the stunning picture of herself dressed in an outfit in the print with her pooch wearing a matching scarf and leash. The picture sees the former Miss World dressed in a dress holding her dog’s leash as the two pose in their balcony.

Priyanka’s full-sleeved dress had a high-kneck pattern. Keeping her look classy, the 38-year-old actor tied her hair in a bun and wore hoop earrings. She dusted off the look with black coloured glares and matching heels.
“A white tiger and her cub @diariesofdiana #TheWhiteTiger,” she wrote in the caption of the post.

The Ramin Bahrani directorial film is based on the booker-prize winning novel of the same name by Aravind Adiga. It stars actors Adarsh Gourav, Rajkummar Rao and Priyanka Chopra Jonas who has also doubled up as the executive producer of the film.

Read: Netflix ‘The White Tiger’ With Priyanka Chopra Jonas

Adiga published his book and decided to adapt it into a film in late 2010, with the rights being sold to producer Mukul Deora, but the film was not made for some years. Bahrani was roped in to helm the adaptation, and was eager to do so, having read early drafts of the novel even before it was published.[5] Filmed extensively across Delhi in October to December 2019, The White Tiger premiered at Las Vegas on 6 January 2021, and was screened at limited movie theatres in the United States on 13 January. It was released globally through the streaming platform Netflix on 22 January 2021. The White Tiger received positive reviews from critics who praised its direction, screenplay and the performances by the cast.

The movie appeared in the Netflix top 10 lists in 64 countries and was viewed by an estimated 27 million households. At the 93rd Academy Awards, it was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay for Ramin Bahrani.