Priyanka Chopra Stuns in Satin Shirt-dress at The Sky is Pink Party

Priyanka Chopra Stuns in Satin Shirt-dress at The Sky is Pink Party
After owning the red carpet in a sexy plunging thigh-high slit black satin gown at Jonas Brothers Documentary Chasing Happiness Premiere, Priyanka Chopra makes a jaw-dropping style statement in another satin number.

Despite her knee injury, the actor oozed charm at the wrap-up party of her upcoming movie The Sky is Pink in not just a casual dress but a satin shirt dress.

Designed by Danielle Guizio, the white outfit is a button down ruched white satin corset shirt-dress from the designer's SS19 collection.

The 36-year-old global icon also added a little colour to her all-white outfit with a pair of bright yellow heels which broke the monotony.

Priyanka Chopra, who is currently in India, took to Instagram on Wednesday to share some images of the wrap-up party of her forthcoming film The Sky is Pink.

Sharing images with the cast and crew of the film, Priyanka wrote, “And it’s a wrap. This movie is special to me on so many levels. Not just because @roykapurfilms and @rsvpmovies (Sid and ronnie) partnered with me on my first Hindi production.. but also took the chance on me to bring to life a character and a true story that needed to be told. @faroutakhtar you made an amazing co actor all over again with all the laughter and fun!(you were missed tonight) and my amazing @zairawasim_ and @rohitsaraf10 who I’ve made friends for life with!”

“This was the hardest loveliest experience. Thank you @shonalibose_ for your incredibly unique vision. I’m so proud of your faith in me. Thank you so much to Our crew who worked tirelessly for 10 months to make this special piece of cinema. I love you all. ❤️ See u at the pictures!!!,” she added.

Farhan Akhtar, who is paired opposite Priyanka in the film, was notably missing from the pictures. Talking about the Shonali Bose directorial, Priyanka told Midday earlier, "Though the film is about parents losing their child to an incurable disease, it's a unique take on death — one that celebrates people's lives instead of mourning their death. It was a challenge to go from 22 to 60 after 7 Khoon Maaf (2011). I was able to sink my teeth in the part."