Actress Priyanka Chopra, who is looking forward to Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor wedding, says that she is ready to settle down,
but is unable to find her Mr. Right.
"From the age of four I have been waiting to get married. I am ready for it. My mom, dad are also ready but the only problem is I am not
getting Mr. Right. So that is a technical problem," Priyanka told reporters Thursday when asked if she is planning to settle down too.
Priyanka, who has turned a singer, was talking at an event to unveil her first single "In My City".
Meanwhile, Saif and Kareena are likely to tie the knot Oct 16, and expressing her happiness for them, Priyanka said: "It is a beautiful
thing that she is getting married. I feel it is the most beautiful beginning of a new journey. To me, Saif and Kareena make a wonderful
lovable couple. I am looking forward to their marriage."
However, neither Saif nor Kareena has confirmed their wedding date yet.
Music journey toughest, yet most enriching
PC, who has unveiled her debut international music single "In my city", says the journey to create her own music
has been a learning experience.
"This is the culmination of a two-year journey that has been the toughest yet most enriching experience of my life, while also marking
the beginning of an exciting new chapter," Priyanka said in a statement.
"In my city", featuring international singer will.i.am, is produced by RedOne and Brian Kennedy. It is an emotional and feel-good song,
which was unveiled at a ceremony in Mumbai Thursday, and launched on Thursday Night Football on the NFL Network, internationally.
Priyanka, a National Award-winning actress and former Miss World, is undoubtedly proud.
"I walked into this as a novice, with no training or experience of making music, and today, as I share my music with the world, I hope
that I have been able to create a sound that India would be proud of," said the 30-year-old, whose singing genes come from her father.
"In my city" will be made available across various platforms internationally over the coming weeks. This is the first single from Priyanka's
much-anticipated debut album, which is expected to be released early next year.
Priyanka worked with pop icon Lady Gaga's manager, Troy Carter, for the album.
Happy with the result, Carter said: "Priyanka has been working diligently over the last year on her music, so it's rewarding to be able to
see her present it for the first time in her home country."
The debut single will be available across all physical and digital platforms Friday, exclusively on Universal Music.