Of course, Parineeti couldn't stop gushing about him.
Of course, Parineeti couldn't stop gushing about him.

Nick Jonas is apparently the most generous brother-in-law.

Parineeti Chopra just revealed that basically all of Priyanka's girl gang received money and gifts during the joota chhupai.

While on Neha Dhupia's show BFFs with Vogue, Parineeti Chopra spilled the beans on what all the girl's side of the family received during the Indian custom of hiding the groom's shoe.

"I got a lot of money, I got dollars and rupees, in lakhs and we also got diamond rings. We also got bags, we got a lot of stuff. He was very generous," said the Ishaqzaade star.

Then she dived straight into the details. "He was actually more prepared than all of us. I thought I was the smart one and I was going to go and do this rasam (ceremony) and take only cash from him. They were more than ready because when the time came, he literally just signalled to someone and all of us cousins looked at the back, and there was this guy with a giant tray full of diamond rings and all of us got diamond rings and the bridesmaids got a lot of gifts. So I am proud to show off that Nick jiju is very generous."

Of course, Parineeti couldn't stop gushing about him, "Nick Jonas, the brother-in-law. He is the best, I love him."

The star also revealed that there were no bridezilla moments during the wedding. "She (Priyanka Chopra) was just so happy and in fact she was so excited like she was that bride who, when the baraat came, wanted to get ready early so that she can run and see the baraat in a filmy style. She was really happy. So no, bridezilla moment, not at all."

Even the bachlorette was just as memorable as the wedding ceremony.

"I just want to say Sophie (Turner) has all the videos and she has still not sent them to me and I am glad because if somebody looks at my phone... I think we did Amsterdam the way Amsterdam should have been done. I am just going to leave it at it."

Priyanka and Nick tied the knot in a white wedding ceremony in Jodhpur. They held multiple events of which the most lavish was the sangeet.