I can romance anybody, says Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka ChopraPriyanka Chopra will be hosting 59th edition of Filmfare awards with Ranbir Kapoor and is nervous about it. (Photo: Varinder Chawla)

Actress Priyanka Chopra says she can romance anybody in her films, so why just talk about megastar Shah Rukh Khan.

Priyanka has delivered two hit films 'Don' and 'Don 2' with SRK.

When asked if she and Shah Rukh would make better co-hosts as far as romance and comedy on the stage is concerned, Priyanka said, "I can romance anybody, why just him... That is my job."

Priyanka arrived late for the Filmfare awards press conference, which was scheduled to begin from 7.30 pm but it

started after 9 PM as the actress was held up in traffic.

"I used to come late earlier also, it is not something that is dependent on my mood. I was shooting and then got stuck in traffic... Sorry for being late. I broke my new year resolution of not coming late because of work and traffic."

The actress will be hosting 59th edition of Filmfare awards with Ranbir Kapoor and is nervous about it.

"This is for the first time that I will be co-hosting the awards, I am very nervous. It's scary and exciting... But if you don't do tough things in life then there is no fun," Priyanka said.

In the past, Shah Rukh Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Ranbir Kapoor and Imran Khan have hosted the award show.

"Shah Rukh, Saif, Ranbir, Imran, so many people have hosted the show and they have always set the standard. So, it becomes little scary and there is a pressure. Logically, the

pressure applies on Ranbir. But I have been working very hard to make sure it will be lot of fun," she said.

Priyanka said if she had an option of co-hosting the award show with an actress, it would be Vidya Balan. "I think she (Vidya) is spontaneous and she is lot of fun," Priyanka added.

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