The 25-year-old singer was spotted arriving at Chhatrapati Shivaji International airport in Mumbai on Thursday (16.08.18) evening with his mother Denise and father Kevin Jonas Sr. ready to introduce them to his bride-to-be's family.
According to PEOPLE.com, Nick's father was carrying a big Tiffany & Co. - the same company that the hunk bought Priyanka's engagement ring from - bag.
It's believed the loved-up couple are throwing a lavish bash in her native country so that both sides of their family can mingle and get to know one another.
A source said recently: ''He and his family are going to India to meet her family.''
This isn't the first time Nick has flown over to India to meet the 36-year-old star's relatives as the pair jetted over there in June to attend her friend's wedding.
The 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' hunk also took Priyanka along as his guest when his cousin Rachel Tamburelli got married in New Jersey last month.
A source said at the time: ''It's a huge deal that Nick brought Priyanka to his cousin's wedding. He's dated a lot over the last couple years but it's never been anything serious, so this is a big step. Nick and Priyanka really like each other, and his family enjoyed getting to know her as well. She fit right in!''
Nick proposed to Priyanka during a romantic trip to London for her 36th birthday last month and the pair reportedly celebrated their news with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
A source said: ''They are very happy. His friends and family have never seen him like this, and they're all really excited for him. He's definitely very serious about her.''
Speculation mounted about an engagement after director Ali Abbas Zafar announced Priyanka was leaving the Indian film 'Bharat' and hinted that Nick had something to do with the decision.
He tweeted: ''Yes Priyanka Chopra is no more part of @Bharat_TheFilm & and the reason is very very special , she told us in the Nick of time about her decision and we are very happy for her ... Team Bharat wishes @priyankachopra loads of love & happiness for life (sic).''