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Priyanka’s husband Nick Jonas to play Batman after Ben’s exit?

Batman is people’s favourite and one of the most loved superheroes without second thoughts. He fights the evil from invading the planet and helps the citizens to get back into the safe zone.

It was portrayed by Ben Affleck in the last two movies. Nonetheless, it was recently announced that Ben will not spice it up in the upcoming films.

Credits: People

As per the latest report, the next Batman movie will be out in Summer 2021. And Ben will be handing over the attire to next-gen Bruce Wayne. Guess who?

An Instagram post which announced the news quite recently asked who should be the right man to play the next The Dark Knight. Without wasting any time, American singer and Priyanka Chopra’s husband Nick Jonas left a comment on the post which took everyone by surprise. He wrote, “First name Nick. Last name Jonas.”

In case you don’t know:

According to a report in Forbes, Priyanka Chopra was at No. 97 in the list of most powerful women in the world. In November 2017, a report suggested that Priyanka’s yearly earning was calculated to be approximately $10 million (Rs 64 crore) between June 1, 2016-June 1, 2017. A Yahoo! Finance report highlighted that her net worth is an estimated $28 million or Rs 200 crore.

Priyanka Chopra is regarded as the ‘endorsement queen’. She has endorsed Pantene, Rajnigandha silver pearls, Appy Fizz, Dabur Vatika, Unnati Fortune, J Hampstead, Asmi, Sunsilk, Q Linq, Marvel Tea Yellow, Idea Spice Phones, LYF Smart Phones, Josco, Hero MotoCorp, Pro-Ease, Colgate, Xpert Dish Wash, Ponds, Garnier, Blender’s pride, Pepsi, Nikon, Bru, Nokia, Lux, Beats by Dre, Schmitten Luxury Chocolates.

Nick Jonas’ who is an American singer, songwriter, producer, and actor’s net worth to be close to $25 million (Rs 171 crore) according to a report in Daily Mail. Nick has endorsed Bayer, Creative Recreation, Daniel Marshall, Dexcom, Diet Coke and other brands as per celebrity endorsers. So the power couple’s combined net worth is estimated to be at Rs 235 crore.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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