I'd love to play a 'bahu' on TV: Priyanka
Mumbai: Priyanka Chopra, who is busy hopping from one TV show to another to promote her forthcoming film 'Zanjeer', says she would love to become a 'bahu' (daughter-in-law) in a daily soap someday.
"I would love to play a TV bahu. The most special thing about TV bahus is that when they go to sleep they look beautiful and when they wake up that time also they look beautiful," quipped the 31-year-old.
"Besides, they are loaded with jewellery all the time. So why wouldn't I want to be a bahu of that kind," added the actress Monday on the sets of TV serial 'Bade Acche Lagte Hain'.
Priyanka was on the sets here with her 'Zanjeer' co-star Ram Charan Teja.
The actress admitted she doesn't watch TV serials but she stays updated about every show thanks to her mother and grandmother.
"There are a lot of daily soap fans in my home. My grandmother, my mother, everyone watches them together. In the evening, it gets tough to talk to them at the dining table.
"They know the story of every TV serial and I also get to know about them because of them as they tell me everything during dinner time," she said.
Directed by Apoorva Lakhia, 'Zanjeer' hits theatres on Friday.
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