Emaar invites Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas to tie the knot at Dubai's Burj Khalifa

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas hosted an extravagant concert on Sunday last for their star-studded wedding at a lavish Indian palace

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Dubai’s Emaar Properties has invited newlyweds Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra and American singer Nick Jonas to say their vows again at the Burj Khalifa.

The pair hosted an extravagant concert on Sunday last for their star-studded wedding at a lavish Indian palace.

Chopra, 36, and Jonas, 26, performed an opulent Indian music and dance routine as their friends and family clapped along at the Umaid Bhawan palace in the western city of Jodhpur.

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The multi-day festivities - dubbed India’s "wedding of the year" - continued into the night with a Hindu ritual for the superstar couple.

Now Emaar want the couple to do it all over again in Dubai at the Burj Khalifa - the highest man-made point in the world.

The developer posted a public invite on Twitter, asking the couple send a direct message if they wished to take up the offer of holding re-saying their vows again in Dubai.

“We've planned it all, DM us if you're up for it,” said the tweet, which is receiving plenty of reaction from excited fans.

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