Priyanka Chopra debuted the first picture from her forthcoming web series Citadel on Monday. Priyanka ruled the screen in the teaser for the programme, which was also made public. As the agent Nadia, she co-stars with Richard Madden. Both her Bollywood colleagues and her husband, Nick Jonas, have given her positive Instagram comments.
Nick Jonas used fire emojis in the comments area of Priyanka’s post, revealing the first look images from the series. He updated his Instagram Stories with a solitary picture of Priyanka and the caption, “Very proud of you, @priyankachopra.” Get ready, y’all. He added a different photo from her fight scene to his tweet. It’s a remarkable show.
Rajkummar Rao, who co-starred with Priyanka in The White Tiger, said, “Awesomeeee.” Samantha Ruth Prabhu wrote, “Yassss.” Dia Mirza concluded with “Mamma mia” and a fire emoticon. Esha Gupta and Sonali Bendre also used fire emojis in reaction to the stills.
The action-spy drama is produced by the Russo Brothers’ AGBO label. Elite spies Mason Kane (Richard Madden) and Nadia Sinh (Priyanka) nearly survived the collapse of the autonomous international spy organisation Citadel, but their memories were erased. The show’s plot states that they have stayed hidden ever since, building new lives under fictitious names while being unaware of their pasts. up until one evening, when Bernard Orlick (Stanley Tucci), Mason’s former Citadel coworker, finds him and begs for help in stopping Manticore from establishing a new world order. The two spies start out on an international mission to stop Manticore while overcoming various challenges after Mason locates his old partner Nadia.
The show also includes appearances by Lesley Manville, Osy Ikhile, Ashleigh Cummings, Roland Moller, and Caoilinn Springall. Two segments will be viewable on Amazon Prime Video starting on April 28. After that, new segments will air each Friday through May 26.
The other Citadel line is already produced in Italy and India. Samantha and Varun Dhawan are highlighted in the India division.