As gyms across the globe remain shut due to the coronavirus pandemic, several celebrities including Katrina Kaif, Jacqueline Fernandez and Sara Ali Khan shared their home workouts to inspire their fans not to compromise on their fitness routine during the quarantine. Joining the league this time are Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra Jonas. The couple is in quarantine in Los Angeles for a few weeks amid coronavirus outbreak. Also Read - Covaxin For Children Above 2 Years Will Be Available In By September, Says AIIMS Chief Randeep Guleria

The pop star and the global icon treated their fans with a nice workout session at home amid the coronavirus lockdown. Nick took to his Instagram stories, where the two can be seen sporting athleisure and performing lunges in the sun. Priyanka reposted the video on her Instagram stories and wrote, “Let’s get it @nickjonas.” Also Read - Kerala Extends Lockdown By 1 Week, Worship Places To Reopen With Entry of 15 People Only

Both the stars can be seen practicing squats with weights in the open area on a sunny day. Some music can also be heard playing in the background. In the clip, Nick is seen wearing a black vest and shorts, on the other hand, Priyanka is in black gym wear. Also Read - Mumbai Local Trains Will Not be Open Now, Confirms Maharashtra Govt; Passenger Associations Warn of Protest

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On Thursday, choreographer-turned-filmmaker Farah Khan has appealed to Bollywood celebrities to stop sharing videos of their home workouts during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. She took to Instagram to share a video message, in which she said that there were bigger concerns at this time than maintaining a perfect figure.

On the work front, Priyanka was last seen on screen in The Sky Is Pink, directed by Shonali Bose. The film also stars Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim among many others.

She will next be seen in The White Tiger, the Netflix movie co-starring Rajkummar Rao and based on Aravind Adiga’s Man Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name. The novel won Adiga the Man Booker Prize in 2008. The film is produced by Netflix in association with Mukul Deora.