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Priyanka Chopra won’t play Bond girl. She wants to be 007

Dressed in a sexy bodysuit, Priyanka Chopra donned her most provocative look yet for Complex Magazine cover. She also lets us know if she is indeed playing the next Bond girl.

hollywood Updated: May 24, 2016 09:37 IST
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Priyanka Chopra is here to break the internet with her provocative new look for Complex magazine.
Priyanka Chopra is here to break the internet with her provocative new look for Complex magazine.

Priyanka Chopra’s success in America is based on one and one principle alone: Why settle for less? The Baywatch star proved how focussed she is when she posed on the cover of Complex magazine and answered some tough ones.

Read: Priyanka Chopra shuts down Billboard red carpet in backless blue dress

When the Bollywood star was asked by Complex magazine if she would play the next Bond girl, she had the best comeback: “I get that all the time. But f--k that — I wanna be Bond.” Priyanka then slayed it all over again with a sexy photoshoot for the magazine’s cover. Move over Kim Kardashian, Priyanka will break the internet now.

Priyanka is seen dressed in a sheer bodysuit with cut outs on the cover of Complex magazine.

Priyanka is seen dressed in a sheer bodysuit with cut outs on the cover, as she lay down on a bed of colourful cash. For her fans who are still are talking about her red carpet appearance at the Billboard Music Awards, this comes as a double bonanza.

Priyanka Chopra at the Billboard Music Awards.

Talking about fighting racial stereotypes in America, she said in the interview, “I was very sure I did not want to be the stereotype of what Indian people are seen as, which is Bollywood, and henna. That’s all great! It’s what we are, and I love it. I love saris; I love music; I love henna; I love dancing, but that’s not all we are.”

The actor, who has become the face of diversity on American TV with her starring role in Quantico, added, “I wanted to be seen as just an actor, not because of my ethnicity or where I come from. I think global entertainment needs to become like that. It needs to be about the best person for the job rather than what you look like or where you come from. And I wanted to be one of the first people to take a step in that direction.”