Priyanka Chopra’s former secretary and manager Prakash Jaju who had filed a lawsuit against his star-client in 2004 for breach of contract, has decided to call a truce. The two had been fighting a long hard court battle for 15 years now. In a surprise move they’ve both decided to step back and let bygones be bygones. A source close to this unexpected development reveals, “Their bitterness and animosity have faded with time. Priyanka Chopra has moved on in life, far far ahead of where Jaju had left off. The last thing she wants is an arduous court battle in India. She took the peace offering and both parties have called off their legal battle.” While details of the out-of-court settlement are not known yet, one does remember how determined Prakash Jaju was to get justice for himself. In 2
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