Priyanka Chopra Launches her Latest Single ' I Can't Make You Love Me' [PHOTOS]
May 6, 2014 7:45 PM EST
Priyanka Chopra partnered with Nokia Mix Radio launches her latest single "I can't make you love me" at Blue Frog, Lower Parel, Mumbai
Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra partnered with Nokia Mix Radio to launch her latest single "I can't make you love me" at Blue Frog, Lower Parel, Mumbai on 5 May. The event was attended by her relatives and several distinguished guests.
Chopra was accompanied by her mother Madhu Chopra and brother at the launch.
The new song, which was released on Itunes and YouTube last week, has already garnered over a million views and is still a hit with fans.
"I can't make you love me" is the actress' third single after her two successful songs "In my city" feat Will.i.am and "Exotic" feat Pitbull.
The actress had earlier mentioned that she was inspired by American Blues singer/song-writer Bonnie Raitt and this new single is a remake of Raitt's classic track, which was released in 1991. Considering Chopra has made a few changes to Raitt's orginal version of the soft ballad, her new cover is slightly more on the lines of pop beats. This new video song features Hollywood actor Milo Ventimiglia, best known for his role in hit series "Heroes."
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