- "Seven years imprisonment...," said Maharashtra Police's tweet
- "Never planning heists on camera again," Farhan tweeted
- "Time to activate Plan B," read a part of Priyanka's tweet
Priyanka Chopra and Farhan Akhtar caught the attention of Maharashtra Police recently, courtesy a dialogue from the newly released trailer of The Sky Is Pink. In the movie, Priyanka and Farhan's onscreen daughter Aisha (played by Zaira Wasim) is diagnosed with life-threatening disease Busulfan Lung Disorder and the family struggles with financial difficulties because of expensive treatment procedures. Priyanka, who features as a feisty and sprightly mom in The Sky Is Pink, in her attempt to lighten the pensive mood, tells Farhan Akhtar: "Ek baar Aisha theek ho jaye, phir saath mein bank lootenge." Well, the Maharashtra Police was quick to notice that and issued a tweet with a polite reminder (all in good humour, of course): "Seven years imprisonment with fine under IPC Section 393."
On Wednesday morning, Priyanka Chopra issued a tweet of confession and replied to Maharashtra Police with this response: "Oops. Caught red handed... time to activate Plan B, Farhan Akhtar." Read her tweet here:
Meanwhile, Farhan Akhtar pledged to "never" have loopholes in his planning: "Hahaha. Never planning heists on camera again." Here's what Farhan tweeted.
The Sky Is Pink is a bilingual film directed by Shonali Bose. The film is based on the life and experiences of late motivational speaker and author Aisha Chaudhary, who was diagnosed with a terminal illness. Zaira Wasim features in the role. Actor Rohit Saraf plays Priyanka and Farhan's onscreen son in the movie.
The Sky Is Pink will have a world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on September 13. The film is slated to hit screens on October 11 this year.
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