Priyanka gets instructions from Maharashtra Police

The trailer of Priyanka Chopra’s Bollywood comeback film ‘The Sky is Pink’ was released on Tuesday. The film stars Priyanka Chopra’s love partner as Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim as the daughter of both these stars. The trailer was liked by the audience, but the team of the film would never have imagined that due to this trailer, they will get instruction from the police.

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As soon as the trailer of ‘The Sky is Pink’ was released, there was a lot of discussion about it. The story line audience of the film liked it and the acting of all the actors. However, a dialogue spoken in the trailer has also threatened to take legal action on the stars. Actually, when Ayesha (Zaira Wasim) falls ill in a scene in the trailer, Priyanka is seen speaking to Farhan that ‘Once Ayesha recovers, then together we will rob the bank’

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Maharashtra Police also tweeted about the matter. The Maharashtra Police has written a #ColoursOfLaw #TheSkyIsPink @priyankachopra @FarOutAkhtar, with a number of hashtags and a photo of Priyanka and that dialogue, ‘It carries a 7-year sentence under Section 393 of the IPC.’ Immediately after this tweet, Priyanka also apologized and tweeted, ‘Oops I was caught red-handed, now it’s time to work on Plan B.’ With this tweet, Priyanka has also tagged Farhan Akhtar and ‘The Sky is Pink’.

This film is based on the story of Ayesha Chaudhary

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Directed by Shonali Bose, the film ‘The Sky Is Pink’ is inspired by the real life story of ‘The Sky Is Pink’. This is the story of Delhi girl Ayesha Chaudhary, who became an inspiration for everyone. She started battling pulmonary fibrosis after the disease of immune deficiency disorder started from 6 months. At the age of just 18, Ayesha gave a big lesson to the world while fighting for life and death. She was a writer and motivational speaker. At the age of 14, he was called as a speaker at INK. Friends, the school was all left behind and Ayesha covered her world for one of her books. On 23 January 2015, Ayesha’s book ‘My Little Epiphanies’ appeared and she died the next day. Ayesha may have closed her eyes forever, but her story inspired millions. Shonali has tried to put this same story on screen.

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