We all know that the lady is making her music debut with an international album. But if reports are to be believed, Priyanka Chopra would also be singing for the remake of Bollywood film Zanjeer, reports a daily.
"Apoorva (director of Zanjeer remake), who has quite an ear for music, is completely charmed by Priyanka's singing. But he is in no hurry to record with her. Since he starts shooting with her only in October, he can wait for her to finish her international album and then record his song with her," a source close to the film tells a daily.
"She wants her first film song to be as special as her first international album. The song in the new Zanjeer will be something tailored specially for her voice," the source added.
Though the actress has been flooded with offers of singing post the announcement of her international music album, the Saat Khoon Maaf actress is bound under a contract for not lending her voice to any public medium until the album releases.
About Priyanka's album
“OMG OMG...it's finally happened. Big day for me guys... goin nuts!!Just signed a recording deal to release my debut International music album," Chopra had shared on Twitter.“The album will be in English & will have a worldwide release," she added.
“I've already started working on the album. It's scary but so very exciting & I'm counting on UR support as I begin this exciting new journey."
"Music has always been a passion and now I have been given the opportunity to share it with the world. Wish me luck," she added.
from Hindustan Times
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